Derry secured a fourth consecutive victory in Division 2B of the National Hurling League as secured a final berth after defeating Warwickshire 2-18 to 3-11.
The result meant a fourth loss for the Solihull-based side who prop up the table.
Also in contention for a final spot are Down, Kildare and Wicklow, who are all on four points and all play tomorrow.
The Garden County host the Lilywhites in Aughrim at 2pm while, at the same time, Down host fellow Ulstermen Donegal.
Meanwhile, in Division 2A, Kerry remain on course for a spot in the final after a big 3-27 to 1-11 win over London.
The Kingdom sit below Westmeath on head-to-head at the top of the table ahead of Joe Quaid’s men taking on Meath tomorrow in Mullingar.
The other 2A game takes place at the Ballina Stephenites grounds as Mayo face Antrim.
The Connacht side are without a win in the league to date, while the Glensmen know, securing the two points will put them in the running for a final spot ahead of the fifth round of fixtures next weekend.