Monaghan beat Donegal 2-12 to 1-7 in Saturday night's qualifier game at Healy Park to secure their place in the All-Ireland quarter-final draw.
Paul Finlay and Neil McGee challenge for the ball
Vincent Corey fisted over a third minute goal and the Farney county consolidated their advantage to lead by three points, 1-5 to 0-5, at half-time.
Rory Kavanagh fired home a goal on 38 minutes to level the scores but Thomas Freeman netted for Monaghan after 45.
Freeman top scored with 1-5 as his side ran out easy eight-point winners.
Freeman knocked over three first-half points and Paul Finlay two for Monaghan while Rory Kavanagh, Kevin Cassidy (2), Brendan Devenney and Colm McFadden replied for Donegal.
Freeman and Finlay scored two more points each after the break and Ciaran Hanratty, Corey and Shane Smith also recorded points.
Eamon McGee and Kevin McMenamin were the only points scorers for Brian McIver's side after the break.
Donegal: P Durcan; Neil McGee, P Campbell, K Lacey; N McCready, B Monaghan, F McGlynn; K Cassidy, N Gallagher; R Kavanagh, C Bonner, R Bradley; C McFadden, M Murphy, B Devenney.
Monaghan: S Duffy; D Mone, V Corey, D McArdle; D Morgan, G McQuaid, J P Mone; E Lennon, D Clerkin; S Gollogly, R Woods, D Freeman (c); C Hanratty, P Finlay, T Freeman.