A fully automated high-throughput liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) method was developed for terbinafine quantification in human plasma. The plasma samples were treated by liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) in 2.2 mL 96-deepwell plates. Terbinafine and the internal standard (IS) N-methyl-1-naphthalenemethylamine were extracted from human plasma by LLE, using a mixture of methyl t-butyl ether (MTBE)-hexane (7030, v/v) as the organic solvent. All liquid transfer steps, including preparation of calibration standards and quality control samples, as well as the addition of the IS, were performed automatically by using robotic liquid handling workstations. After vortexing, centrifugation and freezing, the supernatant organic solvent was evaporated and reconstituted in a small volume of a reconstitution solution. Sample analysis was performed by reversed-phase LC-MS/MS, with positive ion electrospray ionization, using multiple reaction monitoring (MRM). The method had a very short sample preparation time and a chromatographic run time of 2.2 min. It was proved to have excellent sensitivity, specificity, accuracy as well as inter- and intraday precision for the quantification of terbinafine in human plasma. The calibration curve was linear for the range of concentrations 5.0-2000.0 ng/mL. The proposed method was applied to the rapid and reliable determination of terbinafine in a bioequivalence study after per os administration of 250 mg tablet formulations of terbinafine.