I just read this on Irishgenealogy.ie
The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport is pleased to announce the addition of further Church Genealogy Records on this website[www.irishgenealogy.ie]. Church Baptism, Marriage and Burial records from pre-1900 are due to be added for Dublin City, Carlow, Cork (City and West Cork) and Kerry. These additional records along with the digital image of these records will be launched by Mary Hanafin, TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport and the Archbishop of Dublin, The Most Rev. Dr. John R.W. Neill. This event will take place on Wednesday 16th June @6.00pm in St. Werburghs Church (near Christchurch) Dublin 2.
I confirmed that is is Catholic records which will be going online.
Initially this database contains the church records of much of the Dublin and Kerry Dioceses.
The Department is pleased to announce that the remaining Church of Ireland records of Dublin City, County Kerry and County Carlow are now being added. Also a subset of the Roman Catholic parishes in the Diocese of Cork & Ross are also being added. These additional records and digital images of the original of these record will also be available to view following their launch by Mary Hanafin TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport and the Archbishop of Dublin, The Most Rev. Dr. John R.W. Neill on Wednesday 16th June 2010.
Work has commenced to complete the computerisation of the remaining available Roman Catholic records for Dublin and the Diocese of Cork and Ross, which encompasses Cork City and all of the parishes in West Cork. It is intended to have elements of this project completed and available online by the end of 2010.[added may 2010]