There were no victory for Connacht sides in today's All Ireland SFC final round, as Galway were narrowly beaten by Armagh.
This puts Galway into second place in the table, meaning they will either pay Mayo or Monaghan in their preliminary quarter final next weekend.
Galway started well in this one and a Sean Kelly goal on 27 mins put them two ahead, following Shane Walsh's penalty miss just minutes earlier.
Armagh hit three on the bounce after the restart, with Walsh and Matthew Tierney responding for the Tribesmen.
Walsh put Galway ahead on 55 mins from a free, before Andrew Murnin and Rory Grugan helped Armagh back in front.
Grugan went on to kick the winner on 74 mins to give Armagh the win and guarantee a place in the quarter finals of the competition.
Conor Turbitt, Rory Grugan (0-4 each) and Andrew Murnin (0-3) were all on form for Kieran McGeeney's side in front of the posts.
For Galway, Shane Walsh hit 0-5, Sean Kelly scored 1-1, while there were 0-2 each for Peter Cooke and Cillian McDaid.
Full time score from Carrick on Shannon:
Armagh 0-16 Galway 1-12.