Ireland won the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier title for the third time in four appearances with a 68-run victory over Afghanistan in Saturday's final in Dubai.
Host Bangladesh to take on Afghanistan in tournament opener in Mirpur on 16 March.
Afghanistan secured passage to their third consecutive ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier final after defeating Nepal by seven wickets in the first semi-final at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Friday.
Hong Kong and the Netherlands notched easy victories in the qualifiers on Thursday to book the last two places in next year's World Twenty20.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) have reached the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup for the first time following an outstanding performance against the Netherlands on Wednesday in a match in Abu Dhabi, which the hosts won by ten runs.
Nepal joined Afghanistan and Ireland to become the third team to qualify for the ICC World T20 in Bangladesh after a last-ball win against Hong Kong in Abu Dhabi.
Ireland and Afghanistan have won their groups to qualify for next year's ICC World Twenty20 while the remaining four places will be decided after playoffs.
Afghanistan stormed to the top of Group B after beating Nepal by nine wickets in a rain-hit match at the ICC World Cup Twenty20 qualifiers.
Nepal suffered a five-wicket loss at the hands of The Netherlands in the 34th match of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.
Afghanistan skipper Mohammad Nabi believes his team can comfortably reach a third successive World Twenty20 and complete a memorable year which also saw the war-hit nation break through to a maiden World Cup.