Published Sunday, 01 September 2013
Dublin's Bernard Brogan under pressure (© Presseye)
However, it was Kerry who looked the more likely finalists at half-time in front of 81,553 people at Croke Park on Sunday.
They led by two points at the break, after scoring three first half goals from James O'Donoghue and Donnchadh Walsh.
Paul Mannion scored for Dublin in the first period.
Both sides had their chances in the second half, but Dublin sealed it with late goals from Kevin McManamon and Dean Rock's strike in stoppage time.
Dublin will now play Mayo in the All-Ireland Final decider on Sunday 22 September.
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