Munster trailed for long spells away to Cardiff Blues in the Pro12 tonight, but in the end, they squeaked a victory that takes them above Leinster and into second spot, for a couple of hours at least.
The game was tied at 13-13 five minutes from the end, but Munster stood up superbly to close the game out. Rory Scannell kicked a drop goal to edge Munster 16-13 ahead, before a monstrous Francis Saili hit and some quick thinking from Conor Oliver took the game beyond Cardiff's reach.
Scannell kicked this crucial drop goal with five minutes remaining:
And moments later, Munster wrapped the game up: a shuddering Francis Saili hit turned the ball over in Munster's favour, and Conor Oliver's quick thinking at the base of the ruck resulted in his streaking home to seal victory.
Impressive resolve from Munster.