The strong wind and difficult underfoot conditions dominated a low-scoring first half.
The usually reliable David Joyce missed an early opportunity to kick 'Tarf into the lead.
Cork Constitution captain Gerry Hurley did well to open the scoring in the tenth minute, landing a testing penalty into the wind.
Joyce replied in the 22nd minute and 3-3 is how it stayed up to half-time.
Despite the rain, Andy Wood's charges looked to be turning the screw in the third quarter when prolific winger Michael McGrath slid over in the right corner for his 10th try of the campaign.
But the visitors, wh…