19 May, 13:07
Ian Keatley is one of four Munster players who will travel with Emerging Ireland to Tblisi at the start of June.
A second successful penalty from O’Gara in the 34th minute put the home side 6-3 in front at the half time whistle.
O'Gara followed up with another penalty in the 43rd minute before James Coughlan scored the first try on the 51st minute, Ronan adding the convert.
Priestland and O'Gara exchanged penalties before Scarlet's Ken Owens crossed the Munster line after 65 minutes. When Priestland added the convert the visitors had reduced the gap to six points with 14 minutes remaining but Munster held on to secure their fourth victory in pool 4 of the Heineken Cup, winning 19-13 in Thomond Park.