Cork suffered a terrible scare in the second-half of today's incredible clash with Tipperary - and without Anthony Nash, it could have become a full-blown nightmare.
Leading by nine points at the half-way mark, Cork's lead had been successfully whittled down with around ten minutes remaining.
Looking a team transformed, Michael Ryan's looked set to retaliate to the sound of Ger Loughnane's ominous half-time reproach of their quick descent to hurling's bottom.
Having done incredibly well in that second-half, a shell-shocked Cork eventually found the means of some reply.
Eking back out a three-point lead, Cork were heavily reliant on their goalkeeper Anthony Nash to secure the lead. Meeting a breaking-ball at the edge of the Cork box, John O'Dwyer caught the shot sweetly; low to Nash's right.
With incredible reflexes, the Kanturk man pulled off the save of the season.
What an unbelievable save by Cork's Anthony Nash! pic.twitter.com/WsRoVoKYul
— The GAA (@officialgaa) May 27, 2018
Fighter pilot reactions from Anthony Nash there!
— Shane Stapleton (@ShaneSaint) May 27, 2018
Mother of all saves there from Nash!!!! Phenomenal!!!!!!! #TippvCork
— Aoife Kelly (@kells_a83) May 27, 2018
Nash pulling off unreal saves again #TippvCork
— Richie (@HooseRice) May 27, 2018
Take a bow Anthony Nash ye boy ye 👏👏👏👏
— Michael McShane (@MichaelMcShane7) May 27, 2018
In a Munster Championship classic, Tipperary did reel in the three required points to leave the match level at full-time.