We will, I'm sure, be largely replaced at some point. Just as agrarian and industrial age jobs have been massively reduced by automation, so info age jobs will follow.
Whether or not AI will be the main driver of this is open to question but there will be other things like higher level languages, better practices and cleaner platforms that will dramatically reduce the number of pure development jobs as the years go by.
I think that for all but the youngest of us, there will always be a role for the technically literate but I suspect that many of us will find that technology becomes an aspect of our role rather than the focus of it.
AI is some manager's wet dream, but there are good alternatives.
We could for example, simply replace those managers. It probably would not take such an advanced AI to still reach an enormous improvement. And while we are at it, we could also replace some of the customers.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
Sentient is no problem. I was programming and installing computerized systems in the late 70s and into the 80s that could sense things - temperature, position, movement, humidity, proximity, etc. IOW, the machines "sensed" things in their environment and acted on them.
The correct word is sapient. No AI is anywhere near being sapient.