This isn't the first time we've reached these heights
In all the haze of last night's celebrations following a historic win for Ireland, several people took to Twitter to give the nod to those who had already scaled that summit.
We'll begin with the first scalp in 2014 in Paris. The Irish Women's Rugby team took down the All Blacks/Black Ferns in the World Cup, to bring their dominant run in the competition to a halt. Philip Doyle's charges recorded an epic 17-14 win that day.
Ireland's Paula Fitzpatrick powering through
Next up is the Ireland U20's, who under the tutelage of Nigel Carolan made history in this year's World Rugby U20 Championship with a first ever victory over New Zealand in that grade. They later went on to qualify for the final where they lost out to England.
Ireland's Hugo Keenan in possession
And after the men's senior team completed the clean sweep last night, a few people took to Twitter to pay tribute to their achievements.
Remembering the All Blacks tweet - later deleted - that sneered at Ireland men's team after Irish women won. Sweep that dressing-room, boys.— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) November 5, 2016
Following in the footsteps of the Irish Women and then the U20's the senior men finally beat New Zealand #IREvNZL (5 tries and 40 points)— Barry P. M. (@Ltm67) November 5, 2016