Munster crucially struck for 10 unanswered points late in the first half while Connacht hooker Jason Harris-Wright was in the sin-bin. Ian Keatley converted a penalty try and added his second penalty, handing Rob Penney's men a 13-6 interval lead, with Dan Parks booting a brace of penalties for Connacht.
Keatley was successful with another penalty attempt but a third three-pointer and a drop-goal from Parks set up a grandstand finish, during which George Naoupu was inches away from grabbing the match-winning try.
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