Ireland beat Afghanistan by five wickets to win the World Twenty20 qualifying event and avoid England at the tournament proper in Sri Lanka.
Ireland will appear in its second consecutive World Twenty20 World Cup after qualifying for the tournament with a comprehensive, nine wicket victory over Namibia on Saturday.
Afghanistan booked their place in the 2012 World Twenty20 with a 47-run victory over Namibia in the first final of the 16-nation qualifying tournament.
Afghanistan and Namibia, meanwhile, remain unbeaten in the 16-team tournament with victories over Hong Kong and Oman, respectively.
Bermuda registered their first win of the ICC Twenty20 qualifying tournament, beating Papua New Guinea by five wickets thanks to an unbeaten 52 from Janeiro Tucker.
The United States of America (USA) notched up its first victory in the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier UAE 2012 when it defeated Oman by 30 runs in a Group B match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday.
In a low-scoring match at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Italy prevailed over Uganda by 13 runs in a Group B encounter in the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier.
Opener Irfan Ahmed's unbeaten 91 off 60 balls with 10 boundaries and two sixes helped Hong Kong beat Denmark by 35 runs in a Group A encounter at the Global Cricket Academy Oval 1, at Dubai.
Namibia and Afghanistan won their fourth straight matches to remain undefeated and on pace to reach the playoffs of World Twenty20 qualifying.
Namibia notched its third straight victory in the Twenty20 World Cup qualifier when it defeated United States by 17 runs on Thursday.