Minding duly landed the odds to collect her third Group One triumph of the season in the Sea The Stars Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh.
The Qipco 1000 Guineas and Investec Oaks heroine displayed a decisive turn of foot to cut down long-time leader Bocca Baciata and surge clear in the final half-furlong.
Colm O'Donoghue tried to steal a march on Bocca Baciata and Jessica Harrington's four-year-old turned for home a good five lengths in front.
However, Ryan Moore asked Aidan O'Brien's filly to go about her business and the 1-5 shot gobbled up the deficit in a matter of strides, going away to win by four and a half lengths.
Lucida was third for Godolphin and Jim Bolger, while the Luca Cumani-trained Koora was fourth and James Fanshawe's Speedy Boarding last of the five.
It was a big-race treble for the Ballydoyle team and Moore after earlier Group-contest wins by Sir Isaac Newton and Roly Poly.
Minding was cut to 6-4 favourite from 2-1 for the Nassau Stakes at Glorious Goodwood and shortened to 13-2 from 8-1 for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
O'Brien said: "She is a great filly. She loves her racing, and is getting very relaxed. Ryan was delighted with her, and we will look at something like the Nassau.
"She has two options really for her next run, the Irish Oaks and the Nassau, and we are eyeing the Irish Oaks with Even Song."
He added: "I hope she will stay in training next year, and I'll certainly plead that she does. She is very talented and progressing all the time."
Moore said: "She's a very good filly and Aidan keeps bringing her back and producing her to run.
"It's some performance for a filly to run in two Guineas, an Oaks then come here. It's a tough schedule and to keep her in super shape is a magnificent achievement.
"She picked up to get there, then we shut down in the last furlong. There was more there again if we needed it.
"She's a high-class filly and is adaptable with trip and can go on a variety of ground as well. I'm very lucky to ride her."
"She's a very good filly and Aidan keeps bringing her back and producing her to run.
Earlier, Alexios Komnenos stunned punters with a 50-1 shock victory in the Barronstown Stud EBF (C&G) Maiden, beating O'Brien's Inca Gold into second.
And Sea Wolf won at the first attempt since joining the Ger Lyons stable when storming home in the closing stages to lift the Equisoft 25th Anniversary Handicap.
The 11-4 favourite pulled nicely clear to score by three lengths from Club Wexford with Have A Nice Day half a length away third.
Lyons said: "David (Spratt, owner) is very good at finding these horses, and I don't know how he does it. Nearly every horse he's bought has worked out.
"He's a very straightforward horse, a kid's ride at home. Today was really a fact-finding mission. He seemed to be going nowhere two (furlongs) down but he came home really well."