Arsenal booked their place in the FA Women's Cup Final at the City Ground on May 7 with a hard fought 2-0 win over Bristol Academy.
First half goals from Katie Chapman and Jayne Ludlow keep the north London side on track for a clean sweep of silverware this season.
With the League Cup already won, Arsenal are looking forward to an FA Women's Cup final against rivals Charlton Athletic, a UEFA Cup final against Swedish side Umea IK as well as defending their league title for the third year running.
Arsenal midfielder Carney refused to get carried away and says they will celebrate only when they have completed the quadruple. She told www.thefa.com:
"There was a sense of relief rather than celebration afterwards in the changing room because it wasn't the best of performances.
"We will celebrate when we have won the cup and I think that is the right attitude to have.
"It would be absolutely amazing if we could win everything this season. We want to win every game we play in.
"We want to get to as many finals as we can and hopefully win them. I have never played in a Cup final before so I am really looking forward to it.
"The games are coming round thick and fast at the moment. Because we have been doing so well in the cups and all the internationals as well it is a really busy time at the moment.
"If I continue to get selected for England it will be a very busy year, but that is what it is all about. I will accept being busy if it means I can play in the World Cup Finals."