DeNesh Stallworth had 18 points for No. 7 Kentucky (27-4), which will face No. 19 Texas A&M in tonight’s final.
The Lady Wildcats, who lost to Tennessee in the 2010 and 2011 championship games, are seeking their first tourney title since 1982.
Jasmine Hassell led No. 12 Georgia (25-6) with 17 points.
Georgia, which made only 22.2 percent of its shots (14 of 63), led 24-19 at halftime and stretched the lead to seven points.
Then Kentucky took control with its 15-0 run.
Georgia coach Andy Landers called two timeouts during Kentucky’s surge, but the Lady Wildcats continued to add to their lead.
The Lady Bulldogs struggled against Kentucky’s defense, which led the SEC in steals and blocked shots.
Anne Marie Armstrong made only one of 13 shots, Tiaria Griffin was 1 of 10 and Jasmine James was 4 of 14 for nine points.
The Lady Wildcats closed the game with a 13-0 run as Georgia didn’t score in the final six minutes.
In Saturday’s other semifinal game, No. 4-ranked Texas A&M downed top-ranked Tennessee, 66-62.