Jurgen Klopp’s side trounced Barcelona 4-0 at Anfield, overturning a 3-0 deficit from the first leg.
And afterwards, the emotion was clear to see, as fans were shown crying in the stands and the squad walked over to the Kop end to join in with a rendition of club anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone.
The magnitude of the comeback was not lost on Klopp’s stars, who he branded as “f*****g giants” in a post-game interview.
In a video montage captured by BT Sport, Georginio Wijnaldum could be seen wiping away tears.
Fabinho and Allison Becker could also be seen with tears in their eyes, while James Milner was struggling to hold back his emotions.
Wijnaldum was brought on at half-time for the injured Andy Robertson, with the game at 1-0 and Liverpool in desperate need of more goals.
He had an immediate impact, as he scored a quick-fire double 10 minutes after coming on to ensure the game would go to extra time.
Then with the game on the line and 10 minutes remaining, Anfield cried out for one last moment of magic from their heroic side, and Divock Origi delivered.
On his way over to take a corner, Trent Alexander-Arnold noticed that several Barcelona defenders were walking away from goal.
The 19-year-old spotted the opportunity to ping in a quick ball into the area, where Origi was standing unmarked and awaiting the delivery.
Origi took a first-time shot which Marc-Andre ter Stegen was unable to keep out, as he parried into the top corner of the net.
From there, Liverpool were able to hold out the game to seal one of the best results in the history of the competition.
Liverpool are now through to their second straight final, having come up short against Real Madrid in Kiev last year.
They will face either Ajax or Tottenham in Madrid on June 1, their opponents being decided tonight at the Johan Cruyff ArenA (8pm).
If Tottenham are successful, then it will be the first all-English Champions League final since 2008, when Manchester United beat Chelsea.