Paul Geaney said the pipe and drum would be out on Saturday night to celebrate Dingle winning the Kerry GAA Senior Club Championship with victory over Kenmare.
Dingle won the game 1-9 to 0-11 at Austin Stack Park in Tralee despite going a man down with 10 minutes to play following a red card for Liam O'Connor. However, they got the next two scores after the sending-off to secure the win.
The win means that should a district team win the Kerry county championship - as has happened in three of the last four years with East Kerry - Dingle will represent the Kingdom in the Munster SFC. That is what happened last year when Kerins O'Rahillys won the senior club final, went on to win Munster and then faced eventual champions Kilmacud Crokes in the All-Ireland semi-final.
"It probably took until the red card for us to really get into our flow," Tom O'Sullivan told Clubber TV.
"We hung in there and there was nothing in it in the last few minutes. We stuck at it.
"All credit to the lads, we really haven't won anything the last few years. The last big cup we won was 2015.
"It's just unbelievable to win this because I suppose with the Kerry county championship, and East Kerry being so strong, every club is targeting this competition to go on and represent Kerry if a district does win it."
Geaney felt the "odds were stacked against" Dingle in the last 10 minutes.
"We were probably against the run of play for a lot of that second half," he said.
"It was tough to play against the [Kenmare] lads there. They were very solid defensively. Maybe we made a couple of wrong decisions but we settled.
"When we needed to, we found the gears and we made the right decisions at the end, and we came out with the couple of marks and the free at the end.
"Dylan (Geaney) stood up and he had the cojones for it off the left with a difficult enough angle and pressure on him.
"Today was just about digging in. Over the last couple of weeks, we've had momentum and we've probably played the way went wanted in a lot of ways.
"Kenmare were very disciplined today and were good in their game plan. It just made it more difficult. That's what makes it more special, that we dug in, played against the run of play, and when it came down the stretch, we had the legs.
"We always we knew we had legs, especially to style when we had to sit back and hit them on the counter. That game suits us too. We can play that game.
"That's the game we've been playing the last couple of years. We've been more expansive too. When the other side of the game wasn't happening, that's what we reverted to, and we had that. It was good that we could go to plan B. We went there tonight and got the win."