Limerick booked their place in the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final for the first time in 11 years.
The Treaty County came from six points down to beat Cork after extra time at Croke Park yesterday.
Substitutes Shane Dowling and Pat Ryan scored goals in quick succession to hand their side a 3-32 to 2-31 win.
The other semi ended all square in another epic encounter on Saturday as Clare and Galway finished level, 1-30 apiece after extra-time.
Former Waterford hurling boss Michael Ryan says both games were a brilliant advertisement for hurling.
Michael told WLR Sport Cork will be disappointed not to have closed out yesterday’s game.
Michael says the impact of the Limerick bench was a crucial factor in the Shannonsiders victory.
And for the full Interview with Michael Ryan, you can tune into this evening’s “On the Ball” with Gavin Whelan from ten past six.