A goal after 30 seconds from their nippy corner-forward Sarah O’Donnell set the tone and the same player pounced for a second to leave it 2-8 to 0-3 at half-time.
The second half began in similar fashion to the first, except Scariff’s conversion rate slipped.
Celebrations were put on ice, however, as they beat Tara of London in a 24-hour turnaround in the All-Ireland quarter-finals, 0-8 to 0-4, yesterday.
Scorers for Scariff/Ogonnelloe: M Scanlon (0-10, 1 45 3fs), S O’Donnell (2-2), R O’Brien (0-2), S Vaughan, R Moloney, D Sheedy (0-1 each),
Scorers for Butlerstown: K-M Holmes (0-3, 1 45, 1f).
SCARIFF/OGONNELLOE: A Corbett; S Daly, G O’Brien (capt), L Horan; S Madden, M O’Brien, S McNamara; S Vaughan, H Mooney; E Collins, D Sheedy, M Scanlon; S O’Donnell, A Thornton, R Moloney.
Subs: R O’Brien for Thornton (50).
BUTLERSTOWN: D Brennan; E Kearney (joint capt), C Doherty, K Walsh; M Kelly, J Burns, N Fitzgerald; KM Holmes, C Farrelly; V Falconer, B Kennedy, M Cashin; M Burns, R Taheny, A Breathnach.