It would depend on how much of the light was actually reflected back into your eyes. If you think that you might have a problem, go the the eye Dr. No one here can help you with such a potential problem. The longer you wait, the more chance that there will be nothing that the Dr. can do.
The lens in your eye will focus the light onto a small patch of retina.
I guess you will get bits of retina and blood floating around in your eyeball, there will likely be some sensation from the steam generated as well.
I expect you will have permanent damages in a few milliseconds.
Sticking a nail in your eye will be much cheaper than getting a laser.