Goodbye and enjoy the rest of your afternoon.
- FT: Inverness CT 4-0 Dundee (Storey, Devine, Draper, Foran, pen) - Inverness seal seventh
- FT: Kilmarnock 2-3 Dundee Utd (Higginbotham, Obadeyi; Durnan, Murray 2, Souttar) - United play last game before relegation
- FT: Partick Thistle 2-2 Hamilton Academical (Doolan, Amoo; Brophy 2, 1 pen) - Thistle finish ninth, Accies tenth
Time for me to sign off. There will be more live Scottish Premiership coverage tomorrow with the top-six sides completing their campaign:
Aberdeen v Ross County
Celtic v Motherwell
Hearts v St Johnstone
The games kick off at 12:30. Please join us again tomorrow lunchtime.
Queen's Park lead 3-1 from the first leg of the Scottish League One play-off final.
BBC Radio Scotland will also provide updates from the League Two play-off final second leg, East Stirlingshire v Edinburgh City (agg 1-1).
There will be more reaction to today's Scottish Premiership matches on the BBC Sport website later.
"Those two games [against Falkirk] are far, far more important than today's. We missed too many gilt-edged chances. Dundee United put us to the sword. We're under no illusions of the task. The talking stops and the actions speak louder than words."
Kilmarnock will try to preserve their Premiership status in the play-off final against Falkirk.
The first leg is at the Falkirk Stadium on Thursday, with the return at Rugby Park next Sunday.
No second-half goals for fans at Firhill to enjoy but a thoroughly entertaining match all the same.
A point apiece for ninth-placed Thistle and Hamilton, who are 10th.
Comfortable win in the end for Inverness after a goalless first half.
The Highlanders finish as the best of the rest by claiming seventh while Dundee have to settle for eighth.
Relegated Dundee United give their travelling fans some cheer with victory at Rugby Park.
Kilmarnock head into the Premiership play-off final against Falkirk with a defeat.
Killie sleeping again as Cammy Ballantyne prevents the ball going out following a corner and his chipped cross his headed in by fellow substitute Harry Souttar.
BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park
"Simon Murray again! Said it before, he can be a huge player for Dundee United next season. Another bold run and shot from the forward to cut inside and his low shot goes past Jamie MacDonald.
"Normally, you would expect the excellent Kilmarnock keeper to save it, but credit to Murray."
It just gets worse for Dundee as Liam Polworth is fouled in the visitors' box and Richie Foran converts the penalty.
Dundee United back in front. Simon Murray's shot from the left edge of the box goes through Jamie MacDonald into the net.
"A fabulous spell of clinical finishing has simply blown Dundee away in the Highlands. Inverness CT will now finish seventh, delivering a financial boost in what's been a strong finish to this campaign."