The on loan Celtic striker struck twice before David Gray completed Hibs' comeback
Hibernian have beaten Rangers to claim the Scottish Cup for the first time in 114 years.
Alan Stubbs-managed Hibs took the lead early on through Anthony Stokes, who is on loan from Celtic. Ranger struck back, however, with goals from Kenny Miller and Andrew Halliday either side of half-time.
Stokes equalised with a lovely header after 80 minutes and David Gray broke Rangers' hearts with an injury time winner that resulted in a pitch invasion at Hampden Park.
Rangers won promotion to Scotland's top flight after years in the doldrums and had beaten their bitter rivals Gladgow Celtic in the semi-final on penalties.
Hibs have finished runner-up 11 times in the competitions history and last finished second in the 2013 final losing 3-0 to Celtic.
"The Captain!!! Hibs are standing on the brink of history!!!" What a game here, what a game. SS1 https://t.co/V8HjluARiq— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) May 21, 2016