I read that sentences that begin with "Not Until" have the following structure.
Not until [1st clause: subject + auxiliary verb...] [2nd clause: auxiliary verb + subject...].
Of all examples I read, they are all events in the past, like
Not until that evening was she able to recover her self-control.
which is synonymous with
Until that evening, she was not able to recover her self-control.
So my question is, can we use "Not until" for an event that hasn't happened yet? For example,
Not until she comes home will I have the dinner.
which in my opinion has the same meaning as
I won't have the dinner until she comes home/ Until she comes home, I won't have the dinner.