Cuala will make history at Croke Park today.
The Dalkey men will become the first Dublin club to compete in the All-Ireland hurling final.
Clare side Ballyea stand in their way- a club also competing in their first ever All-Ireland decider.
Having gone 21 years without winning a Dublin championship, between 1994 and 2015, Cuala have been unstoppable over the past two years, as they picked up a second Dublin and a first Leinster crown in 2016.
98FM's Derek Ryan visited the club in the lead up to the big game, and chatted to some of the famous Cuala Ultras, as well as youth club coach Ken Fitzgerald: