A huge Armagh contingent helped UU, managed by Tommy Coleman, claim the Giles Cup in the Connacht Air Dome on Saturday.
UU defeated MTU Kerry in the decider by 14-points in the end, with the scoreline reading 4-14 to 1-9.
Clann Eireann native Tommy Coleman, who will lead Killeavy into the new season in two weeks, was the manager.
Coleman’s daughter Dearbhla started at midfield alongside Mullabrack footballer and Ballymacnab camogie player Eabha Lennon.
Ballyhegan’s Maeve Ferguson, who has featured in all of Armagh’s four league games this season, started at wing half back.
At centre half forward was Caitriona O’Hagan of Carrickcruppen while Tiarna McVeigh of Armagh Harps was also part of the panel.
Ulster made a brilliant start with three points on the trot by Kerry shot back with the first goal of the game.
But in the next attack UU rattled the net, with Caitriona O’Hagan bursting through the defence to put her side back in front.
Coleman’s side were dominating in the first half and Maeve Ferguson raced forward to split the posts.
O’Hagan added another point with a quick counter attack, after Lennon turned the ball over in defence.
The UU defence was on top, led by Coleman who performed the sweeper role to perfection. Ulster led at the break 2-8 to 1-2.
Ulster continued their great form at the start of the second half. Lennon won the throw up, passed to O’Hagan who played a one-two with Coleman.
The Carrickcruppen playmaker took off through the heart of the defence and slotted over a super all-Armagh score.
The game continued in that trend as Ulster stretched their lead with another two goals. Tiarna McVeigh set up the final score of the game, with Ulster winning 4-14 to 1-9.
Elsewhere, DkIT claimed the Con Moynihan All-Ireland title on Friday night, when they beat ATU Sligo 2-6 to 0-11.
Three Armagh players were involved. Rachael McQuaid of Killeavy, Caoimhe Dooley of Crossmaglen and Cullyhanna’s Erin O’Reilly.