Ireland and South Africa face off for the first time since November 2017.
Ireland were comfortable victors on the day with South Africa going on to replace their head coach next next January.
Ahead of their first clash in nearly five years, we take a look back at the last time they faced off.
MATCH REPORT FROM THE DAY
Substitutes Rhys Ruddock and Rob Herring grab tries off the bench as Ireland cut loose in the closing stages in Dublin.
Elton Jantjies' penalty briefly hinted at a comeback but the struggling Springboks faded badly, allowing their ruthless hosts to run away with it in the closing stages. Substitutes Rhys Ruddock and Rob Herring crashed over before Jacob Stockdale dived over in the final move of the game, rounding out a superb performance from the Irish ahead of supposedly easier outings against Fiji and Argentina.
Using the greasy conditions in their favour, Ireland pegged back their opponents by consistently and persistently kicking high to South Africa's back three, a pre-planned tactic that led to the game's opening try. Courtnall Skosan's failure to reel in a towering bomb allowed opposing winger Conway to mop up possession and gallop away to the right corner for a score Sexton failed to convert.
South Africa finally began to warm to their task on a fresh Dublin evening in the closing stages of the first half, though they had to wait until after the break to get their first points of the contest. Jantjies' penalty followed an infringement in the loose by CJ Stander, the back-rower who represented South Africa at junior level before switching allegiances in 2016.