Brilliant Ireland advanced in the T20 World Cup by dumping out two-time champions West Indies with a nine-wicket victory in Hobart.
In a winner-take-all final match of the group stage, Ireland coasted a pursuit of 147 with 15 balls to spare.
Paul Stirling added a whirlwind 73 with captain Andy Balbirnie for the first wicket and ended on 66 not out.
A superb bowling display restricted West Indies to 146-5, with leg-spinner Gareth Delany picking up 3-16.
How much this result can be classed as a shock is debatable – West Indies are far from the force that won the title in 2012 and 2016 and lost to Scotland in their opening match on Monday, while Ireland are a Test nation in their own right.
But it is still another famous win at a global tournament for the Irish, who take their place in the Super 12 stage alongside heavyweights like hosts Australia, England, India and Pakistan.
Their exact destination in the next phase will be confirmed by the result of the game between Scotland and Zimbabwe.