Having not won a knock-out game in 2011 and failed to get out of the pool stages in 2015, England have made the Rugby World Cup final in 2019 with a sensational 19-7 win over defending champions New Zealand.
It was no smash-and-grab intercept-and-a-lucky-bounce victory either.
After Manu Tuilagi's score inside two minutes, England had two tries disallowed by marginal calls from referee Nigel Owens.
They had more possession (56%), more territory (62%), earned more penalties (11-6) and won more turnovers (19-13).
Maro Itoje, Sam Underhill, Tom Curry, George Ford and Manu Tuilagi were all superb in a relentless team performance.
They will take some stopping when they take on either Wales or South Africa next weekend.
We'll leave you with coach Eddie Jones' words of wisdom.
"We’ve earned another week in the competition, which is great. We’re excited about that," he said
"You come here eight weeks ago and you want to go right to the death. We've got another week to enjoy ourselves and work as a team."
Well, certainly he has given England plenty to enjoy this morning.
Re-live the match via our report from man-on-the-scene Tom Fordyce here and stay tuned for all the reaction and analysis.
Bye for now.