Felipe Contepomi, with recalled hooker Brian Blaney in support, takes on Munster scrum half Peter Stringer in the lead-up to Leinster's opening try.
Team captain Brian O'Driscoll dives in for Leinster's first try, quickly followed by Ulster Branch referee Simon McDowell. O'Driscoll touched down twice at headquarters on Friday, taking his Celtic League scoring stats to 14 tries in 27 games.
Donncha O'Callaghan beats his former Munster team-mate Trevor Hogan, who is now in Leinster blue, to a lineout ball.
Felipe Contepomi is brought to ground by Anthony Foley as Munster's Denis Leamy, Paul O'Connell and Donncha O'Callaghan close in on turnover ball.
Munster prop Marcus Horan's night was ruined by the yellow card he received just a minute into the second half, but he still popped up with an injury-time try - his tenth try in 42 league appearances - to set up a losing bonus point for his side.
South African centre Trevor Halstead, one of Leinster's most impressive players on the night, is stuck at the bottom of a ruck.
Munster centre John Kelly is forced off with a nasty looking facial wound, but he returned some minutes later to complete the game.
Leinster flanker Keith Gleeson does well to catch up with Munster flyer Tomas O'Leary, who started on the left wing for the Heineken Cup champions with Peter Stringer occupying the scrum half berth.
**All photos by Billy Stickland of Inpho Photography**