Antigone is set away and locked up, Teiresias tells Creon that he should release her. Creon doesn't want to listen, but Creon still takes advice from the choragos to release her. Eventually everyone dies after seeing each other dead and whatnot.
After catching Antigone, Creon finally makes the order to send her away to be locked up.
Soon, I shall be with my own again, where Persephone welcomes the thin ghosts underground.
Take her and leave her alone in the vault. If she lives or dies, that is her own affair, not ours.
Come: let us wait no longer!
Oh child, child. No power in wealth or war or tough sea-blackened ships can prevail against untiring Destiny!
She raced with young colts and walked untrammeled in the open light: But in her marriage deathless Fate found means to build a tomb for all her joy.
Creon later talks to Teiresias about the situation of Antigone.
It's for your own good that I speak as I do. You should be able to yield for your own good.
I would not yield even if the eagles of God carried him up to Heaven. It's a sorry thing when a wise man sells his wisdom, lets out his words for hire!
Then listen here, Creon! Very soon you will have to pay back corpse for corpse. The child of the gods is kept from them in a grave before her death. This is your crime that you will be punished for.
Do you buy me now? Many will weep in and around this house, and cities far off will curse you.
What shall I do?
You say my prophecy is for sale? Do not forget that you are king because of me.
Alright, speak. But remember, I will not be paying you for this.
Hmm... Should I give in or risk everything for stubborn pride?
Yes, I'll go. I will not fight with destiny!
Quickly, go and free Antigone. Build a tomb for Polyneices' body as well.