Australian second row Scott Fardy has joined Leinster on a two-year deal.
The news was confirmed in an interview with the Canberra Times. Fardy will link up with the province at the end of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The 32-year-old has won 39 caps for the Wallabies and will leave the Brumbies to join Leinster.
The Sydney native can play at both lock and flanker.
"It's still a big year ahead at the Brumbies and I'm looking forward to the season ahead in Canberra," Fardy said.
"I'm also excited about the chance to join Leinster next season. But I've got a lot that I want to achieve at the Brumbies and it should be a great year with the boys."
Brumbies chief executive Michael Thomson is sad to see Fardy go: "Scott goes with our blessing, he's been a great asset to the organisation. We wish him the best overseas and who knows, he may even come back one day."