Capitalism will be the drive for automation in the first place. However, as the majority of jobs are replaced by said automatons, the market for the products they produce will decrease as unemployment rises. When no one has enough money to buy products, the people in charge of the machines will be broke, and the illusion of money will be no more. You could say that the machines will need to be built, programmed and maintained, but even that can be done either without people, or with people but without money. Other robots can be designed to repair existing ones, and once a "blueprint" for a robot's programming exists, it can be copied ad infinitum. The advent of AI would make this trivial. If people are still needed to maintain the robots, they can be hobbyist volunteers.
Automation facilitated the creation of our modern form of Capitalism. Automation of course allows for greater production with less human capital and overhead. More automation only helps companies make greater profits, grow faster and employ less people (and pay lower wages). In Capitalism, growth is determined by production, not consumption. Thus, automation is the fuel that drives capitalism. (not saying this is a good thing).
I would hope Yes, but there will be companies all around these automatics, but i would suggest the social system.