The Reds will host the Super Rugby Final, after a historic 30-13 semifinal victory over the Blues in Brisbane on Saturday - a performance described as 'pure Quade Cooper'.
The Wallaby playmaker set up three of the Reds' four tries, while he also kicked a drop-goal and pulled off a try-saving tackle on the Blues' Rene Ranger in an all-action display that showcased his vast array of talents.
The crowd-pleasing Cooper did not enjoy as much success with the boot - despite a 10-point haul - but his shortcomings from the kicking tee could not over-shadow his exploits with ball in hand.
Reds coach Ewen McKenzie was among those left in awe by the flyhalf's contribution.
"I'm not going to take any coaching credit for that,'' said McKenzie.
"That was just pure Quade. I'm still working out how he set up [Ben] Tapuai's try.
"And it wasn't just his attack," said McKenzie, adding: "He worked very, very hard in defence. I said it during the week, the bigger the stage the more he likes it.''
The Cooper inspired demolition of the Blues saw the Reds fight from limited possession to score four tries to one in the anticipated semifinal encounter and ensured that Queensland's magical season would continue into the final week.
"I think we can be excited," captain James Horwill said, adding: "We've won a semifinal and we've put ourselves in the position to host the Super Rugby Final.
"The big game is to come now. We'll put this match in the past, it's done and now we will build to next week."
The coach, McKenzie, was equally as pleased after guiding the Reds to the Final, their first in the professional era after faltering in their past three semifinal attempts in 2001, 1999 and 1996.
"It's all good for Queensland and these events are great for the fans to be able to turn up," McKenzie said.
"We're just pleased to be making a contribution and not just sitting and watching on TV."
Off the back of characteristically solid defence, Cooper's brilliant display of foot, ball and mind skills was barely outshined by the hat-trick of speedster Davies and the efforts of an unheralded forward pack lead by captain James Horwill.
"He [Davies] had the chance against the Cheetahs and let it slip, so he got one back," Horwill said of Davies three try effort.
"Some of Quade's freakish ability to set up Ben Tapuai's try was pretty amazing, so to have guys with that sort of special talent in your side is fantastic.
"I think across the board our defence in that first half was probably what brought us the points; we pressured them and we were probably more disciplined in that first half."
Davies admitted he owed the Reds a good performance.
"Against the Cheetahs I scored two tries early on and I dropped one over the line. The boys let me know it as well, so I knew no one had scored three tries for the Reds," Davies said.
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