6 Dec, 10:47
Ireland will take on South Africa, Australia and a leading European Tier 2 nation at the Aviva Stadium during the GUINNESS Series in November 2014.
Hayes was originally chosen to start against Edinburgh in Munster's opening Magners League game, but cried off the morning of the game through illness.
Quinlan, meanwhile, is back fit again having recovered from a groin strain that ruled him out of Ireland's summer tour to New Zealand and Australia.
In total, Munster coach Tony McGahan has made ten changes to the team he selected for last week's bonus point win over the Dragons.
With his squad rotation in full force, McGahan has rested hat-trick hero Keith Earls and brought in Denis Hurley at full-back.
Rua Tipoki links up again with Lifeimi Mafi in midfield, with Barry Murphy dropping to the replacements bench, while experienced duo Ronan O'Gara and Peter Stringer have been selected at half-back.
There is a completely new front row unit in Tony Buckley, Jerry Flannery and the aforementioned Hayes.
Paul O'Connell returns in the second row to captain the side, with Donncha O'Callaghan making way.
And in the final switches, Niall Ronan and Justin Melck take over from John O'Sullivan and David Wallace in the back row. This will be the Cape Town-born Melck's first competitive start in a Munster jersey.
Munster supporters are advised that Saturday's game is a complete sell out, with no tickets available on the day.
MUNSTER (v Cardiff Blues): Denis Hurley; Doug Howlett, Lifeimi Mafi, Rua Tipoki, Ian Dowling; Ronan O'Gara, Peter Stringer; Tony Buckley, Jerry Flannery, John Hayes, Paul O'Connell (capt), Mick O'Driscoll, Donnacha Ryan, Niall Ronan, Justin Melck.
Replacements: Denis Fogarty, Federico Pucciariello, John O'Sullivan, Alan Quinlan, Mike Prendergast, Jeremy Manning, Barry Murphy.