The Premier County will renew their rivalry with Kilkenny in the decider on the 7th of September, following yesterday's semi-final win over Cork.
Seamus Callanan scored 2-04 as Tipp swept aside a lacklustre Cork outfit by 2-18 to 1-11 at GAA Headquarters.
Tipperary manager Eamon O' Shea admits it feels good to be heading for the final
Meanwhile, Brendan Maher is delighted to have another crack at an All-Ireland Final.
The Borris-Ileigh man has told Tipp FM that he's looking forward to the 7th of September.
Elsewhere, Cork manager Jimmy Barry Murphy says he's not sure if the long gap between the Munster final and yesterdays All Ireland semi final was the reason for their poor performance.
The Rebels boss says it's hard to point out what went wrong.