Alan Gaffney's side will have to repeat their 38-29 last eight win over Biarritz in 2001 if they are to get there though, and that's all they will be worrying themselves about at the moment.
The province - on a ten-game unbeaten run in the Celtic League - have made an appearance in the Cup semi-finals every year since 1999/2000.
The only unbeaten side left in this year's competition, Leinster have been cut some slack, and given the reward of another home draw in the semi-finals.
Should they edge past two-time champions Leicester on April 2nd, Declan Kidney's charges will face either Toulouse or Northampton, at Lansdowne Road.
Some reward you might say, considering the French giants and the Saints - this year's best runners-up - have together won two of the last five Heineken Cups, with Northampton famously beating Munster 9-8 in 2000.
Toulouse, of course, lifted the trophy in Dublin on a balmy May day in 2003, and face the prospect of returning to the scene of their 22-17 defeat of Perpignan.
And Kidney as well, of the fact that should both the provinces wind their way past the elite of English and French club rugby, then there's the mouth-watering prospect of an all-Ireland Munster v Leinster finale in the Scottish capital, on May 22nd.
Heineken Cup Semi-final Draw:
Leinster or Leicester v Toulouse or Northampton
Stade Francais or Newcastle v Biarritz or Munster
*Ties to be played on April 22, 23 or 24