This paper focuses on the problem of designing an adaptive fuzzy event-triggered finite-time output feedback control for stochastic nonlinear systems with input and output constraints. A fuzzy observer is designed to estimate the unmeasured states. The quartic asymmetric time-varying barrier Lyapunov function is established to ensure constraint satisfaction. By utilizing the stochastic theory, finite-time command filtered backstepping method and event-triggered mechanism, a finite-time event-triggered controller is recursively designed, which can not only guarantee finite-time convergent property, but also reduce communication pressure. Meanwhile, the matter of “explosion of complexity” is removed by introducing the finite-time command filter and the effect of filtered errors is offset by constructing error compensation signals. Moreover, an auxiliary system is introduced to handle the input constraint. Finally, the effectiveness of the theoretical results is demonstrated by the simulation example.