O'Leary and Codd restored some order with inspirational points but by then the balance was resting with Tipp
missed their chance in the drawn game, which they largely dictated.
Thereafter, the lead was never less than four points and Tipp
were full value for the victory, moving on to next week's clash with Waterford in confident mood while Cork must travel to take on All-Ireland champions Limerick.
They saw off Cork in an epic Munster semi-final and while provincial final defeat to Kerry was a setback, Tipp
have claimed impressive back door victories against Derry and Connacht champions Galway, who were steamrolled at Croke Park last time out.
didn't get out of Munster last year and it's still going to be a big ask this year.
were awarded a penalty and Coleman was booked, with Morris drilling home low and beyond Ger Collins.
In all, Tipp
lost 11 players from their panel but have somehow bounced back to reach the Munster final.
Legendary Irish bands and Trip to Tipp
veterans including The Stunning, Hothouse Flowers, An Emotional Fish and Something Happens are lined up to collaborate with the Irish Chamber Orchestra.
So Donoghue, left, needs to pray that Tipp
lose to Cork or that his own Galway side runs up a cricket score on league holders Waterford.
Woods, introduced as a sub at the end of normal time, would end up scoring 1-4 of Tipp
's 1-5 in extratime but even though the reigning Munster and All-Ireland champions moved into a three-point lead with time running out, Sheehan stepped up to ensure a replay.
"So this is a massive game for Tipp
. If they can get over it, I'd fancy them to go the whole way.
Unlike some, that's why I think they'll overturn what Tipp
did to them last year - and with a bit to spare.