Louth have been crowned Division Two champions in the National Football League after seeing off Donegal by three points in Sunday's final replay.
Damien Diver and Barry Dunnion challange Louth's John Neary
Donegal had led in the early stages after Michael Doherty scored a penalty awarded for a trip on James Gallagher by Louth goalkeeper Stewart Reynolds.
But Killeavey player Mark Stanfield netted for Louth to give them a narrow 1-6 to 1-5 interval advantage.
Donegal had Paddy Campbell sent-off 10 minutes from the end.
Defender Campbell was shown a straight red for a striking offence and that could place a doubt over his availability for the Ulster Championship game against Down or Cavan on 4 June.
"We have been starved of success for so long and knocked down so many times, we are going to celebrate " said Louth's Darren Clarke.
"We battled for every ball and now all our hard work has paid off."
Hurling results - Sunday 30 April
Allianz National League Division One final
Kilkenny 3-11 0-14 Limerick
National League relegation play-off
Down 2-16 Laois 0-19
Division Two final
Dublin 0-17 1-6 Kerry