Munster know a vast improvement on Saturday night's performance is required if the province are to challenge an in form Warriors side currently on an eight game winning streak that saw them demolish Zebre 54-0 last time out.
Speaking after the game on Saturday night Munster Head Coach Rob Penney said;
"A couple of crucial people had bad days at the office and it just compounded things and that can happen at times, just really disappointing it happened right now.
"Disappointed, that's my overlying emotion and we've all seen what the guys are capable of when they prepare well and are up for an occasion.
"There was half a dozen lads you could see working really hard, trying and putting in good performances and you need everybody to have good games. We had a few standouts and we had some who didn't go well and really let everyone else down."
At this stage of the season Penney earmarked Munster's "emotional attachment to the game" as the key to success;
"There's nothing technically or tactically or even physically really we can do in five days, six days to get the turnaround. All that work has been and should have been done before now so that will be the key thing, making sure of an emotional attachment with clarity and that will even give us our best opportunity to get close to Glasgow, who are on fire at the moment."
Munster play Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun Stadium on Friday night at 7:35pm.