The actress performed her final scenes as Molly Dobbs in an hour-long live episode last night as the shop worker died from the injuries she sustained in the tram crash disaster.
Shortly before passing away, Molly was at the centre of a final dramatic twist as she came clean over her affair with Kevin Webster as she spent her dying moments with his wife Sally.
Speaking during a webchat on Corrie's official site last night, Binns commented: "Now it's finished I'm feeling overwhelmed. Very elated. It was difficult to play the dying scenes. Definitely a challenge as it's something I've never done before. I was honoured to do it."
She added: "I will miss everyone but what a way to leave!"
Binns said that she would miss working with screen husband Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs) the most and named their wedding storyline as a "brilliant memory".
In a final message to fans, she said: "Thanks everyone for watching and your support."
Molly was the second casualty of Corrie's 50th anniversary week, following the death of Ashley Peacock (Steven Arnold) in Wednesday night's episode.