Castleknock caused another upset on Thursday night by beating Kevin McManamon's St. Jude's in the Dublin Senior Football Championship semi-final at Parnell Park.
On a final scoreline of 0-11 to 1-4, Castleknock progressed to play St. Vincent's in the final.
It's an incredible achievement by Castleknock. Formed in 1998, this is just their second year in senior football.
After the game, half-back Tom Quinn, speaking to DubsTV, called it both a historic and beautiful night for the club.
I'm kind of stuck for words but it's historic. It's the only way that you can describe it.
Not that's it's unexpected - we've always thought that we could do it. It really is a beautiful night. It's a beautiful, beautiful night.
Castleknock's star player is also one fo Dublin's best - Ciaran Kilkenny. He started at midfield against Jude's. Top scorer though was Des Carlos. The half-forward knocked over nine points, two of them from play.
Kevin McManamon scored 1-1 on a frustrating night for his team.
Castleknock vs St. Jude's highlights
Video: Official Dublin GAA