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Munster produced an impressive display to beat Llanelli Scarlets 23-13 in Wales, their first victory at the Parc y Scarlets venue since 2011.
First half tries from James Cronin and Ronan O'Mahony ultimately proved decisive as the province continued the Irish sides' 100% record in the new Pro12 season.
Tyler Bleyendaal converted both Munster's tries and the New Zealander added a penalty to give the visitors' a 17-10 lead at the break.
The out-half extended Munster's advantage after the restart and his eventual replacement Ian Keatley also knocked over a kick for a further three points to give his side breathing space.
Gareth Davies' brilliant try had reduced the deficit shortly before half-time, with the boot of Rhys Patchell keeping the Welsh side in touch.
However, Patchell missed a late kick to secure a bonus point for the hosts.
Scarlets made a bright start to the game and Munster's task which already looked a tough one, was accentuated with the withdrawal of Simon Zebo with a rib injury on 17 minutes.
But against the run of play three-time Pro12 winners Munster took the lead when Cronin drove over from close range, Bleyendaal adding the extras.
Patchell responded with a penalty before after the half-hour mark, O'Mahony ran more or less unchallenged from 30+ metres out as the winger took advantage of sloppy Scarlets defending.
The try sparked Scarlets back into life and Davies showed brilliant opportunism when taking a quick penalty deep inside his own half before sprinting all the way down to, and over, the Munster line.
But after Scarlets were pinged for not rolling away, a Bleyendaal penalty edged the Irish province seven clear at the half time whistle.
The two kickers traded penalties not long after the break to make the score 13-20 before Keatley sent over the decisive score with 15 minutes left on the clock.
Patchell had the chance to earn his side a deserved bonus point but he missed his kick.