Last year I had a 3/4 full super that I didn't extract....got a little lazy.
OK! I had that kind of supers 20 pieces two years ago. I was afraid what happens.
If it is Langstroth size, it is easy. Shower with water the fermented stuff and shake it away cells upside down and turn the frame.
Then scrape caping away and shower water on crystals. Put the frame or two between larva frames. Beet eat the honey.
It you get honey from field, do not put frames in the hive. They must work on the field and not stay home.
You can put crystallizised frames in the hive between brood and honey super. During the first 24 hours bees suck the liguid away. Then take frames and shower water or pour on the crystals. It is a little bit laborous but it is good. After one watering bees manage with crystals.
It takes one week bees to clean upp the cells. It will manage very well.
It is not good if bees suck dry crystals and they start to carry them out as rubbish.