England international Toby Flood delivered a virtuoso display as Leicester kick-started their Heineken Cup campaign with a vital 39-22 victory over Ospreys at Welford Road.
Flood scored 24 of Tigers' points, including a decisive interception try nine minutes from time when he caught his opposite number Dan Biggar's speculative pass and raced 60 metres to score.
He also kicked five penalties and two conversions, with his fellow England internationals Manu Tuilagi (2) and Ben Youngs adding touchdowns as Leicester opened their account in Pool Two after last weekend's defeat in Toulouse.
It was rough luck on Biggar for conceding the Flood try, as he also made a high-class contribution with 17 points that included the conversion of flanker Ryan Jones' early try.
Munster steamrollered Edinburgh with three tries in the final 10 minutes as they returned to winning ways with a 33-0 triumph at Thomond Park.
A late forwards-led flurry saw Peter O'Mahony, Sean Dougall and Damien Varley all touch down as the hosts seized upon an unlikely bonus point.
With the injured Ronan O'Gara watching on from the stands, his deputy Ian Keatley landed two penalties from four attempts to give the hosts a 6-0 interval lead. There was more for the home crowd to get their teeth into in the second half, with Conor Murray's 51st-minute try giving Rob Penney's side some breathing space.
Jonny Wilkinson kicked 17 points as Toulon made it two wins from two in Pool Six with a bruising 22-14 win over Cardiff Blues at the Arms' Park.
Sale were rocked by three second-half tries as they slipped to a 33-18 Heineken Cup defeat against Montpellier at a rain soaked Stade Yves du Manoir.