Pakistan captain Babar Azam urged his side to relish the moment after reaching their first T20 World Cup final in 13 years with victory over New Zealand.
A wonderful opening stand of 105 from the skipper and Mohammad Rizwan (57) guided them to a seven-wicket victory over the Black Caps in the first semi-final in Sydney, as they successfully chased down 153.
It sends Pakistan into the tournament's showpiece game for the first time since 2009, when they defeated Sri Lanka by eight wickets at Lord's to lift the trophy for the first and only time in their history.
Having sneaked into the semi-finals thanks to a shock South Africa collapse against the Netherlands in Group 2, Babar's side could now go all the way - and he says they will celebrate their achievement justly.
"We will enjoy this moment, but at the same time we will focus on the final," Babar said after scoring 53 from 42 balls.
"The way the team performed in the last three matches [has been incredible]. Thanks to the crowd, it feels like we are playing at home.
"We had a really good start with the first six overs, we knew our spinners could then come on later. We were happy to chase around 150.
"Then we had a plan before the chase to attack the first six overs, so we could get the momentum. We knew later on the other players could chip in.
"We don't know who we've got yet, so we will be watching tomorrow, but we have got a few days to get together and discuss that game."
Pakistan will await either India or England, who meet on Thursday in the second semi-final in Adelaide.