They overcame France in the decider
Ireland have come out on top in World Hockey League Round 2 final in Belfast.
The home side were up against France in the decider and Ireland found themselves 1-0 down to a Victor Charlet goal from a penalty corner on 30 minutes.
But Shane O'Donoghue equalised in the same way on 62 minutes, with the game going to a shootout.
In the end Craig Fulton's side won the shootout 4-2 to take victory, with Conor Harte, Eugene Magee, Lee Cole and John McKee scoring their efforts to give Ireland the win.
McKee with the final score! Ireland win World League 2 in Belfast!!— Irish Hockey (@irishhockey) March 19, 2017
Scotland beat Wales 4-0 in the third-fourth place match.
It's been a positive unbeaten showing for Ireland over the past week as they won all three pool games against Ukraine, Austria and Italy.
The Irish team then followed that up with a 5-1 quarter final win over Poland to set up a semi final against Wales.
Fulton's side prevailed 3-1 from that encounter to setup the finale with France.
GOAL! Drag by O'Donoghue to equalise. Ireland 1, France 1 pic.twitter.com/1Oxds7QksS— Irish Hockey (@irishhockey) March 19, 2017