Monifieth came into the second half, pressing the Carnoustie defence harder with faster passing moves. Carnoustie were still looking dangerous though but needed to create more chances.
Carnoustie came close after they won a free kick in the 50th minute, the Monifieth defence cleared the ball but Scott Gall sent a powerful volley towards goal which went wide.
Carnoustie continued to defend well, with Jamie Reynolds cutting out plenty of close chances. But Monifieth nearly scored from a fantastic free kick from Gregor Smith. The shot dipped right towards the top corner but Josh Allardyce made an unbelievable save.
Monifieth went 1-0 up though in the 67th minute, Ryan Roche got up in the air well then nodded a powerful header past the keeper. Monifieth capitalised on this pressure minutes later and scored a second. Scott Lloyd made an amazing run down the wing beating a few Carnoustie players, and then played the ball into Liam Smith who slotted it past the keeper with ease making it 2-0.
Carnoustie were struggling to get back into the game after losing two goals so quickly, but continued to keep fighting for possession. Monifieth held the ball well and were still pressing to get a third.
The game was over in the 82nd minutes after Lewis Brown scored to make it 3-0. The Carnoustie keeper made a great save from a shout outside the box, but Brown got to the loose ball quickly and smacked it into the back of the net putting Monifieth comfortably in the lead.
The final whistle blew, and Monifieth claimed their place in the final. Carnoustie played well and put on a spectacular defensive performance after stopping plenty of tough chances. Monifieth were the better team though and scored three great goals, they always looked deadly when attacking and will surely make an entertaining final against Celtic Boys.