Munster have qualified for this month's Guinness PRO14 final after grinding out a 20-17 win over Connacht.
The victory has seen Johann van Graan's side seal top spot in Conference B with two games to spare and they can now look forward to a first decider since 2017.
Connacht pushed the hosts all the way and led 10-7 at half time courtesy of a Matt Healy try.
Andy Friend's side had to deal with playing a man short for 10 minutes soon after the break after Ireland centre Bundee Aki received a yellow card soon after a Healy penalty had drawn Munster level.
With 10 minutes left on the clock Aki surrendered a penalty at a ruck and the returning Carbery kicked what proved to be a match-winning penalty for Munster.