Megan Smyth-Lynch's late goal fired Peamount United to their first piece of silverware in five years as they lifted the Women's National League Cup with a 2-1 win over Wexford Youths.
The Peas had to do it the hard way after Lauren Dwyer had given the champions a slender half-time lead, but Áine O'Gorman levelled after the break before Smyth-Lynch scored the winner.
Defender Dwyer put Wexford - who had been given home advantage for the tie - the lead as she squeezed a header from Emma Hansberry's cross inside the post.
It was a lead Youths took into the break but they were pegged back just three minutes after the break when 100-times-capped international O'Gorman restored parity.
Amber Barrett picked out her Ireland teammate and O'Gorman sent a looping shot towards goal that Ciamh Dollard couldn't keep out.
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And the turnaround was complete eight minutes from time as Smyth-Lynch charged down a Wexford clearance and the loose ball flew into the net.
It's the first time Peamount had won a senior trophy since 2013, when they won the same competition with a 6-3 win over Castlebar Celtic.