Without some technological breakthrough that radically changes humanity, probably, yes. I'm pretty pessimistic about the prospects for both egalitarianism and matriarchy.
So many attempts at egalitarianism end up having unwanted consequences. Like maternity leave disincentivizing bosses to hire or promote women. Like quotas creating the image that any woman gained her position, not through merit, but to fill a quota. Or sexual liberation ending respectful chivalry in courting as a norm.
In my very limited anthropological knowledge of the very rare matriarchal societies; the men are not actually being dominated by the women. The women own everything, and make all of the political decisions. But the women also do all of the work (including child-care and domestic work). The men in these societies just gamble and get inebriated.