Derry and Tyrone meet at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh, this Sunday, January 13.
Throw in is at 2 pm.
Damian McErlain’s Oak Leaf side booked their semi-final spot after a 1-20 to 0-07 win over Ulster University at Owenbeg on Wednesday night, January 9.
Donegal, who secured top spot in Group A thanks to an eight-point win over Cavan in Ballybofey last night, will face Armagh in the other semi-finals.
The Donegal-Armagh game will take place at Healy Park, Omagh, this Sunday and throw in is also at 2 pm.
Both sides have won three-from-three so far and Sunday’s clash is a repeat of a 2018 semi-final won by Donegal.
Declan Bonner’s men are the McKenna Cup holders.