Hibernian beat Rangers 3-2 at Hampden Park on Saturday to end their 114-year wait to win the Scottish Cup.
Rangers had successfully fought back to lead 2-1 with 10 minutes to go, with goals from Kenny Miller and Andy Halliday flipping the game on its head following Anthony Stokes's third-minute opener.
But the Irishman netted against on 80 minutes, before David Gray struck an injury-time winner Hibs as Alan Stubbs's side downed Rangers to banish painful memories in this particular competition.
Moments after the final whistle, thousands of Hibernian supporters invaded the field, while a number of angry Rangers supporters did the same in a collision which was never going to end particularly well for fans of the Glasgow giants.
For Mark Warburton's side, it was a failed chance to win a treble, having already won the Scottish Championship and Petrofac Training Cup this past season.