Premiership champions Linfield beat Crusaders in the Irish Cup final to complete a remarkable sixth domestic double in seven seasons.
Mark McAllister put the Blues into the lead in the 28th minute and fired in a second four minutes before half-time.
Crues skipper Colin Coates scored with a deflected free-kick on 56 minutes but Linfield's Michael Carvill quickly netted a superb direct free for 3-1.
Jamie Mulgrew got the fourth with a low 83rd-minute right-foot shot.
Robert Garrett congratulates Linfield scorer Mark McAllister
Linfield, who had gone into the game with a record of six wins and a draw in their last seven against Crusaders, were on top for most of the match and deserved to lift the cup for a record 42nd time.
So, another Irish Cup disappointment for Stephen Baxter's Crusaders who were beaten by Linfield in last year's final.
They will feel McAllister's first-half goals could have been avoided, and will also reflect on a number of chances which went untaken, but in the end they looked deflated, and were certainly well beaten.
Crusaders, who had not conceded a goal on the way to the final, were under early pressure and Linfield had the first chance with Philip Lowry dragging a shot wide from McAllister's pass.
Chris Morrow then shot wide for Crusaders and Colin Coates headed wide from a corner.
Linfield got the breakthrough when Carvill played a short pass into the box for Peter Thompson but the ball came off defender David Magowan and fell invitingly for McAllister score from close-range.
Jamie Mulgrew, man of the match in the 2011 decider, created Linfield's second.
He picked up a throw, made a run into the area and, when his bye-line ball was palmed out by Crues keeper Sean O'Neill, there was former the Dungannon striker to fire in.
Crusaders were right back in it when a long-range free by Coates looped off the Linfield wall to leave keeper Alan Blayney stranded.
However, the two-goal gap was restored in the 60th minute when a rash challenge by Declan Caddell gave Linfield a centrally-positioned free-kick about 25 yards out.
Carvill stepped up to curl a right-foot shot direct from the set-piece into the top corner to O'Neill's right.
Mulgrew made absolutely sure by shooting in from Robert Garrett's pull back.
O'Neill, McKeown (Leeman 45), McBride (Watson 81), Magowan, Coates, Dallas, Morrow, Adamson, Rainey, Caddell, Dallas, McMaster (Owens 45).
Blayney, Curran, Murphy, Watson, Ervin, Carvill, Garrett (Casement 71), Mulgrew (BJ Burns 89), Lowry, McAllister (Fordyce 92), Thompson.