Ian Keatley’s late penalty helped Munster keep up their unbeaten start to the Guinness PRO12 season with a 23-21 victory over Glasgow.
Munster ring the changes as they welcome reigning champions Glasgow to Thomond Park on Friday evening.
A last-minute try from South African CJ Stander earned Munster a 20-18 away win over Ospreys in the PRO12.
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Munster held off a strong challenge from Ospreys to win 21-18 at Thomond Park and take their place in the PRO12 final.