However their chances of winning eight titles in-a-row, to equal the record established by Baltinglass in the 1990s, is not over as Wicklow have introduced a back-door system this year.
After failing to convert a lot of chances in the first half, Rathnew led 0-4 to 0-2 at the break.
Hollywood got their game together in the second period, levelling the scores at 0-4, 0-6 and 0-8 before they took the lead on 57 minutes with a point by former county player Tony Hannon.
Hannon scored the last four pointsfor Hollywood, who took Rathnew to a replay last year before being beaten by two points.
Scorers for Hollywood: Tony Hannon (0-6), Liam Og Mooney (0-2) Keith Burke and Hugh Keogh (0-1 each).
Rathnew: Trevor Doyle (0-2), Ronan Coffey (0-2), Tommy Gill (0-2), Mark Doyle (0-1), Nicky Mernagh (0-1).
Naomh Éanna (Gorey) 0-11
Monageer-Boolavogue emerged with a deserved five point victory over Naomh Eanna in their Wexford SHC replay at Monamolin on Saturday.
Inspired by centre-back Trevor Kelly, combined with the accuracy of Nial O’Loughlin, they eventually got the better of a gallant Naomh Éanna side very much dependant on veteran full-forward Billy Byrne for scores.
A first-half goal from O’Loughlin paved the way for his side’s 1-6 to 0-5 interval lead, and a second-half effort from Morgan Rowesome clinched their second round passage.
NAOMH EANNA: C. Browne, S. McGuckian, G. Cushe, P. Cullen, B. Breen, M. Travers, D. Browne, D. Kenny, E. Kinsella (0-2), D. Curran, A. Doyle, J. Kenny (0-2), G. Kenny, B. Byrne (0-5), J. O'Brien (0-2).
MONAGEER-BOOLAVOGUE: D. Prendergast, K. Lacey, S. Greene, N. Flynn, J. Breen, P. Daly, P. Breen, T. Kelly (0-2), J. Millar, C. O’Loughlin, S. Fenlon, N. O'Loughlin (1-6, 4 frees), S. Murphy (0-1), J. O’Loughlin, M. Rowsome (1-1). Sub: A. Flynn for J. O’Loughlin.
Referee: M. Sinnott (St. Martin's).