Armagh travel to Navan this Saturday to take on Roscommon in the Division 3A National League final, with promotion up for grabs.
From their six outings to date, the Orchard County have suffered two defeats while picking up four wins.
Monaghan and Roscommon were the two teams to overcome Armagh. They avenged the Monaghan defeat in the semi-final and now have the chance to do the same against Roscommon.
We’ve taken a look back at Armagh’s route to the Division 3A league final.
Louth 1-16 Armagh 3-18
The breeze was a huge help to Armagh in this game as they carried a 17-point lead into the half time break.
Two goals from Eoin McGuinness and another from Danny Magee fired Armagh into an uncatchable lead.
Louth put up a better showing after the turnaround, but the gap was too large, and Armagh picked up an opening day win.
Armagh 0-22 Monaghan 2-17
A late goal from substitute Ciaran Guinan handed Armagh their first defeat of the Division 3A league campaign.
Monaghan netted early on as well, with Fergal Rafter slotting home a penalty within the first couple of minutes.
Armagh led for the majority of the game however, with Fionntan Donnelly hitting 0-12, but lost out by the minimum.
Armagh 2-16 Mayo 0-21
Armagh bounced back brilliantly against Mayo, earning an eye-catching one-point win over the Westerners.
Having trailed the visiting side 0-11 to 0-8 at the interval, Armagh rallied in the second half to earn the win.
But goals from Danny Magee and Fionntan Donnelly edged Armagh ahead by the time the final whistle sounded.
Roscommon 2-20 Armagh 0-6
Roscommon dealt out Armagh’s second defeat of the campaign and did so with ease in round four.
The Rossies were already ahead by 11-points when the sides headed into the half time break and completely controlled the game.
The home side added two goals after the turnaround to further demonstrate their dominance on the scoreboard.
Armagh 3-17 Fermanagh 3-16
With everything on the line, Armagh just about squeezed past Fermanagh in the end to reach the semi-finals.
The visiting side, with the aid of the wind in the first half, carried a six-point advantage into the second half.
But goals from Tomas Galvin (2) and Danny Magee got Armagh back into the game and put them through to the semi-finals.
Armagh 2-23 Monaghan 0-16
Armagh were determined to get this one back and they did so in impressive fashion to reach the league final.
A first half three-pointer from Shea Harvey sent them into the interval six points ahead and in control.
Cormac Jennings added another goal after the break to guarantee Armagh’s spot in the league decider.