Second half tries from skipper Peter O'Mahony and centre Tom Gleeson saw Munster come from 12 points down at the interval to run out 21-12 winners against Neath in the British & Irish Cup at The Gnoll.
Munster, who were forced to re-jig their starting XV this morning when sickness forced Dave Foley
to withdraw - replaced by Ed Kelly
with Billy Holland
coming onto the bench - trailed 12-0 at half-time to four Arwell Thomas penalties but produced a sparkling second half performance for a victory that leaves them in pole position to qualify for the semi-finals.
Out half Declan Cusack coverted O'Mahony's try and added three further penalties in that Munster dominated second period.