Pembroke will meet Lisburn in the All-Ireland U15 final after beating Cork Harlequins in the last four at the weekend.
A large crowd was present at a gloriously sunny Farmer's Cross hoping that the Munster champions could produce a shock against a very strong Pembroke, but it wasn't to be as the Dublin side flexed their muscles with an impressive all-round display.
An opening stand of 89 between Irish international Dan Murray and Ethan Clarke put the Sydney Parade side on their way to a total of 159 for 5.
Clarke top-scored with 78 (4 fours, 1 six), while Murray also made a half century - his 50 included 6 fours and a six.
Charlie Magee (2-33) dismissed both, while Aksh Khurana also took two wickets and Isa Khan one as wickets fell quickly in the later stages of the innings.
The home side found the going tough against a very good Pembroke bowling unit, with only Isa Khan (11) reaching double figures as they were bowled out for 63.
Raif Duncan (3-9), Luke Murray (2-7), Eli Clarke (2-13), and Conor Crowley (2-18) the main wicket takers in an impressive display.
Pembroke now host NCU side Lisburn at Sydney Parade this Saturday in a double-header, with the U13 girls final at 1.30pm, followed by the U15 boys decider at 4.30pm.
Lisburn are also in the U17 girls final, where they will play the winners of the Bonds Glen v Clontarf semi-final on Sunday September 17th at Waringstown (12pm).