"We've had a good campaign so far, and played some good rugby along the way," he continued, "So it a shame to let all that good work slip away now. We've put ourselves in a great position to push on, although we realise Munster is a huge challenge.
"We realise Munster is a huge challenge. They are the reigning champions but there is no better place to than Stradey on a packed European night and it's an occasion we will all relish."
And while most talk centres round the much vaunted Llanelli backs, Peel paid particular praise to the Scarlets pack, "They destroyed the Ulster pack at Ravenhill and I think they will do a great job for us on the night against Munster."
To win on Friday Peel believes the Scarlets must, "bring our best game of the season to Stradey. "After going away to places like Ulster, Toulouse and London Irish and getting maximum points in the pool stages, we know what we are capable of."
The Scarlets have won the last four meetings at Stradey Park, including a 25-12 victory in November, while Munster's last triumph came in the 2002-03 campaign.