Down caused a major shock in the Christy Ring Cup on Saturday afternoon.
At Páirc Esler in Newry, they knocked out favourites Offaly at the semi-final stage after the first ever inter-county hurling championship penalty shootout.
Goalkeeper Stephen Keith was the hero for Down in the shootout, saving thee penalties and then hitting the decisive shot as his side won 3-2.
PáircTV were there to capture the action.
What a day for @OfficialDownGAA hurlers and in particular goalkeeper and captain Stephen Keith!!
Keith made some great saves in the shootout before banging home the winner, sending his county to the Christy Ring Cup final
Enjoy @OfficialDownGAA 🔴⚫ pic.twitter.com/qpVByWD9DR
— PáircTV (@PaircTV) November 14, 2020
The game had finished 1-16 each after 70 minutes.
In extra-time, Daithí Sands grabbed Down's second goal of the game and the tie looked to be going their way until Offaly's Liam Langton hit a brace of points to level the match and take it to the shootout. After 90 minutes, it finished Down 2-20 Offaly 1-23.
Down will play Kildare in the final after their beat Roscommon 3-24 to 1-9 in the other last four game.