Having held the momentum going into the break City were keen to keep up that tempo as we kicked off the second half and almost immediately they were swarming over their opponents and McCall was firing an effort on target from outside the box but it was well saved.
It must be mentioned at this point that, although under the thumb for large periods, a lot of the defending from Falkirk was extremely competent and solid with right back Rachel Vickerman a stand out performer for much of the game.
There would be no let up from Glasgow though and following a clumsy challenge on Carla Boyce outside the box by a lunging goalkeeper she picked herself up, dusted herself off and promptly sent the resulting set piece over the wall and off the bar where it bounced over the line to double their advantage on 45 minutes.
It was beginning to look like their would be no way back for unfortunate Falkirk as they now seemed second to every ball and Hay would prove too fast for her markers again as she raced clear in the box before her shot flew past the outrushing goalkeeper to score City's third before the hour mark.
Boyce nearly doubled her tally when her next attempt again shook the woodwork but this time the ball spun back into the box and although Hay was first to the loose ball her header would be well held by the custodian.
Boyce wouldn't be denied for long though and soon after would find herself free in the box where her wonderful touch and skill would see her leave the goalie beaten on the ground as she stroked the ball home for her side's fourth and what would prove to be final goal.
A dominant performance by the west coast side was appreciated by all in attendance and when the final whistle blew the Falkirk girls were quick to embrace and congratulate a side the viewed as worthy winners, themselves knowing what it takes to reach the pinnacle of the girls game in this country, but today Glasgow City were simply peerless and although they'll be facing a strong Hibernian side in the final, City's eyes are firmly on cup success this November.