Fallon Sherrock plans to mark her record-breaking darts triumph by donating to a charity close to her heart.
Sherrock, 25, became the first woman to beat a man at the PDC World Championships as she defeated Ted Evetts 3-2 at Alexandra Palace.
She was a 2000-1 shot before the match and broke down in tears after the stunning victory, which will see her pocket £7,500.
Sherrock appeared on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday morning and confirmed her plans to donate her winning board to the National Autistic Charity.
Her five-year-old son Rory is supported by the charity and Sherrock is keen to repay the staff that work tirelessly.
Sherrock, who developed kidney disease in 2014, put her skills to the test against presenter Piers Morgan - picking up a routine victory.
On her success, she added: "I have always had the game but us women have never had the opportunity to prove it.
"I proved to myself and everyone else that women can play darts against men - and we can beat them.
"There was a lot of pressure going into the game but I forgot all about it."
Women's world champion Mikuru Suzuki had come close after being edged out by James Richardson at Alexandra Palace on Sunday night
But Sherrock broke history and will go on to face Mensur Suljovic, the 11th seed, in round two.
Evetts had lost his throw in the opening leg of the deciding set, as Sherrock - cheered on by the vocal support at a packed Alexandra Palace - moved 2-0 ahead.
The 22-year-old held his next arrows - but another big score from Sherrock left her with three match darts at double 18.
Sherrock, 25, from Milton Keynes, took a second match dart to write her name into the history books