Yeah. The larvae are white and soft while they live underground and feed by sucking on tree roots, but when they are ready (I recently accidentally dug up a tan colored one that I suspect would be emerging this season), they come out and climb anything nearby to a height anywhere from knee high to overhead (I guess it depends on how energetic or lazy they are
) and pupate -- form a hard shell. Then they undergo their final metamorphosis, split the back of the shell and emerge. They then usually hang onto the back of the shell while they pump their soft crumpled wings full of fluid (just like butterflies), and when the wings are fully extended and dry, they fly off to find their first meal. If they are lucky enough to climb a tree or shrub they can drink from, they would, but I doubt that tomato plants are on their list.