Ireland crossed the Welsh line eight times in all, their other tries coming from outstanding captain, flanker Diarmuid Laffan and centre Tom Gleeson. Kearney landed two conversions and a penalty while Jonathan Watt a 63rd minute replacement for Conan Doyle tagged on another conversion.
Ireland led 25-3 at the break after Gleeson had opened the scoring with a try after just five minutes and from then until the end the home side domianted in all phases of the game.
Ireland:Robert Kearney (Clongowes Wood College); Rory Drysdale (Belfast Royal Academy), Tom Gleeson (PBC Cork), Darren Cave (Sullivan Upper School), Peter Shallow (Rockwell College); Conan Doyle (Ard Scoil Ris), Duncan Williams (CBC Cork); Gary Walsh (Blackrock College), Sean Cronin (Ard Scoil Ris), Paul Collins (Templeogue College); Jamie Cornett (Royal School Armagh), Devin Toner (Castlenock College); Diarmuid Laffan Capt (Blackrock College), Barry O'Mahony (Crescent College), David Pollock (Royal School Dungannon) Replacements: Gavin O'Meara (St. Mary's College) for Cronin 61 minsTony O'Kane (StGerard's School) for Walsh 15 minsBrian McGovern (St Mary's College) for Collins 58 mins
Wales: A Bramwell; R Owen, M McClean, L Knight, M Johnstone; E Williams, T Dickens; R Gill, D George, R Jones; A Andrews, B Davies (capt); A Powell, L Isaac, A Murphy. Replacements: J Roberts for Bramwell 10 mins; R Johnstone for George 49; G Williams Davies for E Williams 54; L Williams Jones for Powell, L Probert for Gill (both 60); M Roberts for Dickens 63.
Referee: C Marchat (FFR)