It was a nervy game, and you'd imagine that victory will come as quite a relief to South Africa head coach Heineken Meyer.
The South African is known for his outward showing of passion and emotion, and that winner in the final moments was no different.
VICTORY! This is what it means to be the first side into the #RWC2015 semi-finals. Congratulations to #RSAhttps://t.co/7BUjwSOaEP
— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 17, 2015