Tyrone can now look forward to a glamour game against Rangers, while Charlton Athletic take on Antrim’s conquerors Pumas.
Antrim manager Stefan Seaton said: “Regardless of the situation with qualification, that wasn’t the result we were looking for.
“We were in a battle and we lost that battle because we didn’t adapt to the game well enough, and it cost us. That in itself is a learning curve for the players.”
Tyrone recorded a 1-0 victory over Collina of Chile courtesy of Lewis Francis’ goal, in Ahogill, which was enough to see them reach the last four.
Manchester United disappointed again, suffering a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Charlton Athletic at Scroggy Road in Limavady. That result puts the Londoners into the semi-final.
At Scroggy Road, a goal from Mackenzie Strachan was enough to give Rangers a 1-0 victory over Global Premier Soccer, and a place in the knock-out rounds.
Elsewhere, Gary McAlister’s County Down impressed in a 3-0 win over Strikers at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney. Aaron Whightman, Joe Clousins and Patrick Shearer scored the goals.
Down in Castlerock, there was a 2-0 win for Cherry Orchard over Newcastle Upon Tyne side Wallsend Boys, while Dundee United and O’Higgins played out a thrilling encounter at Clough which ended in a 3-3 draw.
At the Riada, Dundalk Schools impressed with a 4-1 win over Bracknell Town.
At Anderson Park, County Londonderry defeated Armagh 1-0 with Sean Carlin on target. Arsenal beat Plymouth Argyle 2-0 in an all-English clash. In Portstewart, Leeds United defeated County Fermanagh 3-2.