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Rory Scannell has his kick obstructed somewhere around Alex Wootton

A reiteration Rory of blunders and scoring chances in the Connacht 22 followed. Alex Wootton captured Carbery’s pass, just to then offload to a previous partner, while O’Mahony and Frisch were denied in inverse corners.

O’Mahony left the pitch for a HIA, from which he didn’t return.

Munster drew level minutes some other time when a strong lineout drive brought about Salanoa scoring his most memorable attempt since Walk 2021.

Munster squeezed for a third attempt before half time, a Tadhg Beirne turnover giving his side belonging inside the resistance half, yet Connacht’s objective line guard held firm to leave the sides stopped at the break.

Connacht’s work at the scrum kept on going unrewarded after the restart when Carty neglected to track down touch from a punishment, and they were decreased to 14 players when Carbery scythed through the midfield and chipped over John Patio, just to be taken out by the full-back.

Munster changed up a gear and lay attack to the Connacht line. Casey was held up over the line yet the tension in the long run let on 58 minutes know when substitution John Ryan jumped over from short proximity.

Connacht, stuck inside their own half, totally lost their discipline and Munster kept on kicking into the corner. It brought about a pursue one more substitution on 65 minutes, Niall Scannell polishing off a driving lineout to secure the reward point.

The Westerners created one late purple fix, with Marmion recognizing an unguarded ruck and plunging over.

However a Carty thump on finished their expectations of sharing the crown jewels.

Munster: Mike Haley; Calvin Nash, Antoine Frisch, Rory Scannell, Shane Daly; Joey Carbery, Craig Casey; Josh Wycherley, Diarmuid Barron, Roman Salanoa; Jean Kleyn, Tadhg Beirne; Peter O’Mahony (capt), John Hodnett, Alex Kendellen.

Substitutions: Jack O’Donoghue for O’Mahony (36), Jeremy Loughman for Wycherley (48), John Ryan for Salanoa (48), Niall Scannell for Barron (53), Gavin Coombes for Kendellen (53), Edwin Edogbo for Kleyn (65).
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Connacht: John Patio; Ryron Ralston, Tom Farrell, Bundee Aki, Alex Wootton; Jack Carty, Caolin Edge; Denis Buckley, Dave Heffernan, Finlay Bealham; Josh Murphy, Gavin Thornbury; Cian Prendergast, Conor Olvier, Jarrad Steward.

Substitutions: Paul Boyle for Steward (51), Oisín Dowling for Murphy (51), Jack Aungier for Bealham (51), Conor Fitzgerald for Ralston (58), Peter Dooley for Buckley (59), Shane Delahunt for Heffernan (64), Kieran Marmion for Edge (64), Niall Murray for Thornbury (64).

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