Tommy Barrett’s side will round out the regular season this Friday night in the Markets Field against Wexford.
Guaranteed of a place in the play-offs with a game to spare, Treaty United host Wexford FC this Friday evening in the Markets Field at 7.45pm.
Tommy Barrett’s men will finish fifth regardless of results on the final round of games with the play-offs beckoning for the second successive season.
Their opponents will be confirmed this weekend with Waterford FC and Galway United their possible opponents.
Waterford currently sit in second place on 61 points, two clear of third placed Galway United. Cork City have already been crowned champions.
Waterford host Athlone Town at the RSC while Galway United welcome Longford town to Eamonn Deacy Park.
A win for Waterford will ensure a meeting with Treaty in the play-off semi-finals but a loss for the Munster side and a victory for Galway will see them paired with the Limerick outfit.
Longford Town will finish fourth regardless of results and will face whoever finishes third.
The semi-finals of the play-offs will be decided over two legs with the final a one legged affair. Treaty are set to host their opponents on Wednesday October 26 at the Markets Field.
Last year, Treaty were defeated over two legs by UCD in the semi-finals, their maiden year in the league. Barrett;s men were defeated 0-3 at home with a 2-1 victory in Dublin not enough as they Students went on to win promotion.