Sam Simmonds touched down at the death to claim victory for Exeter Chiefs against Saracens in their Aviva Premiership semi-final at Sandy Park.
Two penalties apiece for Chiefs’ Gareth Steenson and Sarries Owen Farrell meant the sides went into the break level, 6-6.
Jack Nowell’s try put the hosts after the restart, but Chris Wyles’ try brought Saracens back.
Winger Mike Ellery put Sarries in front on 76 minutes, before Simmonds’ heroics.
At the death!
The Chiefs have sealed their place in the final with a try in the dying seconds 👏 pic.twitter.com/DJnzyFFsqw
— BT Sport Rugby (@btsportrugby) May 20, 2017
“We left it quite late, but we’ll take it and we’ll move on to next week.” said Man of the match Thomas Waldrom on BT Sport.
“What a crowd! They really made their voices heard and made such a difference for us.
“We stuck to our game this year, we started slow, but we’ve found our rhythm and what’s worked for us and this is the reward now.”