Alish Considine helped Adelaide Crows breeze past Geelong in the early hours of Sunday morning and set up an AFLW Grand Final clash with Carlton.
Considine played football and camogie for the Banner before moving Down Under last September after signing a professional rookie contract with the Crows.
She is now on the brink of capping her maiden campaign with a dream final win.
The Crows topped one of the two five-team conferences before easily beating Geelong in the preliminary final 11-7 (73) to 1-1 (7) at the 53,000 capacity Adelaide Oval.
Erin Phillips was superb for the victors, notching 22 disposals, with Ebony Marinoff and Anne Hatchard also scoring heavily.
Considine played in all but one of the Crows' seven regular-round games. She's on a six-month, 20-hour-a-week contract.
The former dual-star is one of five Irish women playing in the AFLW this season. Tipperary's Aisling McCarthy (Western Bulldogs), Yvonne Bonner, Cora Staunton (both Greater Western Sydney) and Sarah Rowe (Collingwood) are the others.