The St Loman's manager believes Naas will start as favourites on Sunday.
St Loman's will face a Naas side this weekend that are bidding to reach a second provincial final in three years.
The Westmeath champions meanwhile are playing to get to their first Leinster decider since their 2017 loss to Moorefield.
Loman's manager Paddy Dowdall makes this particular Kildare team favourites for their meeting on Sunday.
He looks forward to this weekend's semi-final with Midlands 103's David Hollywood and starts by reflecting on their improving form:
Throw in is set for 1.30pm at TEG Cusack Park.