The young Lionesses are off to next year's FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup after beating Scotland to finish fifth at the UEFA Under-19 Championship finals.
Goals from Zoe Cross and Mollie Rouse were enough to seal victory in the play-off, making England the fourth and final European side to qualify for the World Cup.
The Lionesses were pipped to a place in the semi-finals by France on Monday but, with the victors hosting the 2019 World Cup, a play-off was required to determine which of the two groups' third-placed sides would take the final qualification berth.
That meant a meeting with the Auld Enemy in Lurgan, where Mo Marley's side quickly moved into the ascendancy.
The deadlock was duly broken on 28 minutes when Cross smashes home after Megan Finnigan had nodded down Alessia Russo's corner.
And the lead was doubled five minutes into the second half when Rouse tapped in after Finnigan's shot had been blocked by Scotland goalkeeper Rebecca Flaherty.
The Lionesses were good value for their victory and can now begin planning for next summer's tournament, much to Marley's delight.
England (4-3-3): 1 Sandy MacIver (Clemson University); 2 Anna Patten (Florida State University), 5 Grace Fisk (capt; University of South Carolina), 6 Megan Finnigan (Everton), 3 Mayumi Pacheco (Doncaster Rovers Belles); 10 Zoe Cross (University of Missouri), 4 Mollie Rouse (University of Louisville), 18 Chloe Peplow (Birmingham City); 17 Niamh Charles (Liverpool), 11 Rinsola Babajide (Watford), 16 Alessia Russo (University of North Carolina)
Substitutes: 9 Ellie Brazil (Birmingham City) for Charles 65, 14 Taylor Hinds (Arsenal) for Babajide 84, 8 Georgia Allen (Syracuse University) for Cross 90
Substitutes not used: 13 Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City), 15 Lotte Wubben-Moy (University of North Carolina), 19 Isabella Sibley (Chelsea)
Goals: Cross 28, Rouse 50
Head coach: Mo Marley