Munster turned up with bad intentions for their Pro 12 meeting with Connacht on Saturday evening, and found themselves ahead through a Keith Earls try after just seven minutes.
Having already secured a home semi-final, Munster were not at full-strength but perhaps competition for places was what inspired such a roaring start as Connacht trailed by 24 points going into half-time.
Jack O'Donoghue then got in on the act, but the third try, finished by Andrew Conway, was a superb flowing move. Some adventurous passing from Alex Wootton and Ian Keatley eventually released Conway down the right wing, and we needed a TMO decision to confirm the touchdown, but it was some nice handling by the former Leinster man.
A cracking score, Andrew Conway did really well.
With the home semi-final in the bag, the Munster players were clearly out to enjoy themselves in a relatively pressure-free environment (although they certainly would not have wanted to lose to Connacht) and some delightful passing was the result.