The Kenya Cup semi-final will be held on Saturday 11 May with Nairobi and Kakamega set to hold the matches.
In the first semi-final, Kabras who finished top in the regular season with 74 points will entertain Mwamba RFC in Kakamega. Mwamba RFC are back in the semifinals for the first time since 2013 after eliminating Nakuru RFC at Nakuru Atletic Club.
Kulabu won 18-17 in a match that Collins Injera scored twice. Their opponents Kabras are in the semis for the fifth time in a row, finishing top saw them book a direct semifinal date.
The second semi-final is expected to be at KCB Sports Club, where defending Champions KCB will welcome Kenya Harlequins. The Bankers finished second on the log after amassing 72 points and booked a direct semifinal slot.
Quins on their part beat Impala Saracens 29-24 in the quarter played at RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 27 April.
KCB vs Quins
Kabras vs Mwamba
Quins 29-24 Impala
Nakuru 17-18 Mwamba