Ulster Coach Matt Williams was delighted with his side's performance;
"Munster are a great team and a great organisation, but it was just our day," "And because Munster is such a great team, it makes our win that good.
"What we really wanted to do today was come into his great rugby city, and play with pride. I thought we did play with pride and with passion and we played with the ball-in-hand too, which I was really pleased with."
"To just do it in one game doesn't make us a champion team," cautioned Williams.
"Munster do it year after year after year - that's what makes them a champion side. We've done it for a couple of weeks. We're nowhere near in that part of the world yet."
Ulster's five point wins pushes them up to 7th in the Magners League table, just one point below Edinburgh who they face this coming week at Murrayfield before returning to Ravenhill on Saturday 17th January to take on Harlequins in the penultimate pool game of the Heineken Cup.
Munster: D Hurley; D Howlett, R Tipoki, L Mafi, K Lewis; R O'Gara capt, P Stringer; F Pucciariello, J Flannery, J Hayes; D O'Callaghan, M O'Driscoll; D Ryan, N Ronan, N Williams. Replacements: D Fogarty, T Ryan, J Coughlan, A Quinlan, M Prendergast, P Warwick, B Murphy.
Ulster: C Schifcoske; A Trimble, D Cave, P Wallace, T Nagusa; I Humphreys, I Boss; T Court, N Brady, BJ Botha, M McCullough, E O'Donoghue, S Ferris, K Dawson (capt), R Diack. Replacements: S Philpott, J Fitzpatrick, F Paulo, D Pollock, P Marshall, P Steinmetz, B Cunningham
Referee: Alan Lewis
|Munster Rugby Score Card|
|Ulster Rugby Score Card|