The two clubs will compete in Tullamore on Sunday for a place in the county final.
Both Kilcormac-Killoughey and St Ryangh's will need to produce their best performance of the year in order to reach the Offaly Senior Hurling Championship final.
Those are the thoughts of Midlands 103 commentator Joe Troy ahead of this weekend's semi-final meeting.
The two sides met earlier on in the group stage, where it was the double K's who came away with a five point victory.
The winner of this encounter will set up a date with either Shinrone or Ballinamere in this year's decider.
Looking forward to the game, Troy says he's still waiting on St Rynagh's to hit their straps, while it looks like Kilcormac Killoughey have both the experience and potential to go all the way this year:
Throw in on Sunday from Glenisk O'Connor Park is at 4:00pm.
Coverage with thanks to Leahy Midland Auctioneers & BER Assessors, if you Thinking of selling or buying a property or need an Energy Rating then Get in touch with John, just visit leahyauctioneers.ie