The 2014-15 All-Ireland champions trampled over the 2012-13 All-Ireland champions for the loss of just 0-4 in Carrick-on-Shannon yesterday. 2-13 to 0-4 was the final score.
A sad scoreline for those who've been thrilled by the Brigid's-Corofin rivalry in the modern era.
No sooner had the game finished but people were already aniticipating Corofin meeting Crokes early next year. It's probable we'd have had a Dublin winner of the All-Ireland club three years running but for Corofin's destruction of Vincent's in the 2015 semi-final.
In the giddy afterglow of a dominating victory, Gary Sice was minded to have a pop at Brigid's flambouyant manager, Mr. Frankie Dolan.
Dolan praised Corofin plenty in interviews last week but Sice's attention was drawn to one of Frankie's more bullish comments.
Sice told the Star.
I think Frankie embarrassed himself when he said it didn't really matter what we did, that they were better than us. I hope he's slightly quieter this evening going home than he was during the week. We didn't perform last time in Kiltoom. Now they know what we're about.
Who knows whether the result will provoke a period of quiet introspection in the Brigid's manager. Dolan has had an eventful year.
Injury ruled out any potential cameo appearance in yesterday's game. It's probable it wouldn't have made any difference anyway.
Will we ever forget the Roscommon county final?