The northside outfit made the early running against a highly-fancied Douglas, who had knocked out champions Na Piarsaigh in the quarter-final, but it took a late free from top-scorer Evan Murphy to seal the deal: 0-15 to 1-11.
Douglas hit a first-half goal through Cork minor ace Brian Turnbull but were left to rue a tally of 17 wides, against a Glen side that got a Man of the Match display from their county man Robert Downey. He hurls at centre-back instead of up front for the club, with Shane Busteed firing 0-5 from play to go with Evan Murphy’s seven points.
Midleton were well on top in their semi against Duhallow, with Cork U17 All-Ireland winner Tommy O’Connell on song to the tune of 1-10, 1-4 from play. They were anchored by Cork minor captain Sean O’Leary Hayes at centre-back, while Kevin Finn struck their other goal.
The Magpies reached U14 and U16 Premier 1 finals already this season, losing narrowly to Douglas and Sars in both recently. In the U15 Premier 1 competition, a late goal from Luke Horgan, who lines out for their minors, gave the Glen a dramatic victory over Sars.
In the Premier 2 grades, the final pairings are also set after Wednesday night’s action.
Inniscarra hit 10 unanswered points against St Finbarr’s to move into a Premier 2 decider against Blackrock, who saw off a highly-rated Shandrum 3-16 to 3-13, thanks to Robert Cregan and Alan Connolly’s efforts. Scarra and the Barrs clash in Monday's opener at Páirc Uí Rinn before the Premier 1 final.
In the Premier 2A competition, Fermoy will take on Carrigtwohill in that final.