Leinster reached another league final last night after they just got across the line against Ulster.
It finished at the RDS, Leinster 13. Ulster 9.
The visitors led by 6 points to 0 at the break, and then 9-0 with just 22 minutes remaining, and it looked as though the Boys in Blue were on their way out.
But two penalties from Jimmy Gopperth brought Leinster right back into the game, before substitute Ian Madigan crossed the line for the only try of the game with eight minutes remaining.
Gopperth added the vital conversion to give Leinster a four point win.
Leinster face the Glasgow Warriors in the final on the 31st of May, but there will be some concern for Matt O'Connor as Dave Kearney, Fergus McFadden and Brian O'Driscoll all picked up injuries.
O'Connor said after the game that he believes Drico will be OK to play in his last ever game in two weeks time.