England are into a Rugby World Cup final for the first time since 2007. And in some style.
They scored four tries and 40 points against an Australia side who were made to look naive and underpowered by a clinical England side, piloted by Owen Farrell at fly-half and powered by flankers Sam Underhill and Tom Curry in the back row.
They will play either New Zealand or Ireland, who have just kicked off in Tokyo.
Eddie Jones has expressed a preference for the All Blacks, either way it will be a titanic last-four clash.
For Australia counterpart Michael Cheika the end could be nigh. He was set the task of making the final and has fallen well short.
Tomorrow will see if Wales can join England in the last four, when they take on France. Hosts Japan play two-time champions South Africa in the other quarter-final.