Munster's final game of the season was to unfortunately end in defeat at the hands of the Glasgow Warriors at a rain-swept Kingspan Stadium as the Scottish side earned their first Guinness PRO12 title.
A dramatic finish to proceedings in Belfast this afternoon saw Ulster score a late converted try to share the spoils with Munster after Anthony Foley's men impressed in this pulsating game - Keith Earls crossing for a try and Ian Keatley landing six penalties.
The boot of Ian Keatley and tries from Simon Zebo, CJ Stander and Tommy O'Donnell and a fourth bonus point winning penalty try gave Munster a 30-19 win against Treviso this afternoon in Irish Independent Park,
Ulster Ravens came from behind in the second half to deny Munster 'A' back to back wins over their northern counterparts. A last minute penalty miss from the men in red saw the hosts hold on to win on a 15-13 scoreline.
Munster made a serious statement of intent at Murrayfield tonight as the battle for PRO12 play-off places continues, running in five tries in comprehensively defeating Edinburgh. The game also saw Simon Zebo become Munster's leading try scorer in the history of the league.
Munster this evening ran out convincing 42-20 winners over Connacht, scoring six tries in wet and windy conditions at Thomond Park. The bonus point win sees Munster consolidate their third place spot on the Guinness PRO12 table.
Munster bounced back in impressive fashion to finish this season's Champions Cup campaign on a high, running in nine tries in a 65-10 win over Sale Sharks at Thomond Park. The game marked Munster's 100th win in Europe.
In the most dramatic of finishes a late Duncan Casey try coupled with an Ian Keatley penalty in the final action of the game secured a losing bonus point for Munster against Clermont Auvergne at the Stade Marcel Michelin.