Jack O'Connor's side advanced to the league semi-final, following Sunday's win over Laois.
Kildare have won the toss and will play Meath in the semi-final of the Allianz NFL Division 2 in St Conleth's Park.
The Lillies beat Laois in O'Moore Park by 2-18 to 1-8 on Sunday afternoon.
Luke Flynn in the first half and Kevin Flynn in the 2nd half got the Kildare goals.
Cork's 22 points to 1-18 one-point win over Clare left Kildare top of the Division on score difference from Clare.
Dublin and Donegal have agreed to play their Allianz Football League Division One semi-final at a neutral venue.
Kerry will have home advantage for their last four meeting with Tyrone.
While in the relegation playoff, Monaghan will be at home against Galway and Armagh will also play in their county against Roscommon.
Derry and Limerick have agreed to play their Division Three semi-final at a neutral venue.
The same goes for Cavan and Wicklow in the relegation play-off while Cork will be hosts for the Division Two relegation playoff against Westmeath.
Those games will be played in two weeks.