Loughgiel and Portaferry progressed to the Ulster Club Hurling final after comfortable wins on Sunday at Casement.
Paul Braniff struck 11 points as Portaferry beat Swatragh 0-23 to 1-6.
Portaferry hit the opening eight points with Braniff finishing with an 11-point haul and Ruairi Convery notching Swatragh's goal before being sent-off.
Eddie McCloskey notched 1-6 with Liam Watson scoring 0-8 as All-Ireland champions Loughgiel beat Middletown 1-25 to 0-12 in the second semi-final.
Sunday's opening semi-final was a niggly affair but there was no doubting Portaferry's superiority against a club playing in the Ulster Club Championship for the first time.
Portaferry hit their eight unanswered scores in the opening 19 minutes with Braniff's 10th-minute effort from play the pick of the bunch.
Two Convery points cut Portaferry's lead to six by the 24th minute but a couple of Stephen Murray scores helped the Down champions to lead 0-12 to 0-2 at half-time
Convery's goal gave Swatragh a glimmer of hope after the restart but Portaferry reasserted control with five unanswered points.
Derry forward Convery received a straight red card in the 43rd minute after an off-the-ball incident in one of several moments of aggression in the contest.
In the second semi-final, Middletown stayed in touch early as two Ryan Gaffney frees left the scores 0-2 to 0-2 but Benny McCarry's four points from play helped the All-Ireland champions move into a 0-12 to 0-5 lead by the interval.
McCloskey kicked in Loughgiel's goal two minutes into the second half and it was largely one-way traffic for the remainder of the game.
The impressive McCarry completed a tally of 0-6 after two more efforts from play which complemented the scoring hauls of Watson and McCloskey.