Already qualified, Kilcar cruised through their final group game in Gaelic Park Bundoran with their county players impressing.
It was impressive from the south-west side, who were on the front foot for most of the game.
Johnny Boyle equalised Ryan McHugh’s opening point on six minutes, but it proved to be Bundoran’s only point of the opening half.
Aodhan McGinley edged Kilcar in front a minute later and while the third point didn’t arrive until the 14th minute, the scoreboard operator was kept on his toes in the second quarter as Kilcar registered point after point before Patrick McBrearty rifled home the first goal on the stroke of half-time and leave his side 1-11 to 0-1 ahead.
Bundoran did do a little better in the second half, getting the opening two points but with Mark McHugh and Ciaran McGinley driving Kilcar forward, the result was inevitable. The second goal arrived on 42 minutes, Ciaran McGinley finishing after the final pass came from McBrearty.
Jamie Brennan did make a difference for the Seasiders, who came out of their shell a little, but there was never a hint of a shock.
Bundoran: Ashley Mulheren; Johnny McHale, Diarmuid McCaughey, James Keaney; Paul Sheridan (0-2), Shane McGowan, Gary Clancy; Niall Dunne, Peter McGonigle; Johnny Boyle (0-1), Adam Dunmore, Shane Moohan (0-1); Tommy Hourihane, Alan Russell, Dara Hoey (0-1). Subs., Jamie Brennan for Russell ht; Diarmuid Spratt (0-2) for Hourihane
Kilcar: Eamonn McGinley; Pauric Carr, Barry McGinley, Stephen Shovlin; Barry Shovlin (0-1), Mark McHugh (0-5,1f,45); Ciaran McGinley (1-1); Michael Hegarty (0-1), David McShane; Patrick Gallagher, Ryan McHugh (0-2), Mark Sweeney; Aodhan McGinley (0-3), Patrick McBrearty (1-5), Barry Doherty (0-1). Sub., Eoin McHugh for P Gallagher 46.
Referee: Connie Doherty (Naomh Conaill)