Full-back Eamon Fitzgerald's try, allied to 14 points from the right boot of Andrew Dunne, was enough for Hutton's side to claim Belvo's first Leinster cup since 1968. The Anglesea Road club beat De La Salle Palmerston (34-17), Naas (38-7), Terenure College (18-8) and Greystones (22-20) on the way to the final.
Veteran out-half Richie Murphy, who works as an Elite Player Development Officer with Leinster Rugby, gets the champage flowing at Donnybrook. The 32-year-old came on as a late replacement to play his part in the win. He recently became the AIB League's all-time top points scorer, surpassing John O'Mahony's record.
Belvedere, under the tutelage of New Zealander Mike O'Donovan, will hope to use this cup success to remain in contention at the top of the AIB League Division Two table. The southsiders are currently third behind joint-leaders Greystones, Murphy's old club, and Barnhall.
Belvedere prop Marcin Wilczuk, who previously played for Athy RFC and has lined out 29 times for Poland, gets to grips with Clontarf scrum half and captain Fiach O'Loughlin. Having lost last season's AIB League Division One final to Shannon, O'Loughlin has now tasted defeat in two high profile finals since his move to Castle Avenue.
Big Barry Kinsella, who stands at 6ft 1in, tries to get past the tackle of 'Tarf try scorer Niall Carson. Kinsella transferred to Belvedere from Dublin University during the summer.
Fiach O'Loughlin, who represented Ireland in the AIB Club International last March, attemps a box kick under pressure from his opposite number Ruairi Cushion, the former St. Michael's College scrum half.
Barry Kinsella rampages through the Clontarf defence with John Kennedy and Daragh O'Shea in hot pursuit. Wins over Blackrock College (27-3), Barnhall (32-7), UCD (31-27) and St. Mary's College (16-6) had 'Tarf in with a chance of retaining their Leinster cup title, but their attention will now switch back to the AIB League. They also have an AIB Cup opener against Shannon to contend with in January.
Richie Murphy cannot hide his delight at the final whistle. Encouragingly, the Belvo squad for the weekend's final contained six players - Eamon Fitzgerald, Ruairi Cushion, Rory Keane, Steve Rockett, Paddy Hogan and Kevin Barden - who have come through the club's Scholarship system.
**All photos by Tom Honan of Inpho Photography**