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Leinster did enough to outwit a young Ulster side 42-13 and extend their lead at the top of the RaboDirect PRO12 to six points.
Ulster showed huge commitment in defence at a well-attended RDS, but first half tries from Fionn Carr, Sean Cronin and Leo Auva'a had Leinster 21-6 ahead at the break.
The hosts were nowhere near their best and Ulster hit back with a well-taken try from debutant Chris Cochrane.
However, Leinster's forwards dominated the final quarter and a penalty try and further touchdowns from Ian Madigan and replacement Jamie Hagan completed the home win.
Meeting for the first time since last season's semi-final, Ulster boss Brian McLaughlin tested the depth of his squad by fielding five debutants from the kick-off.
Most of their starting line-up had featured during the Ulster Ravens' run through to the British & Irish Cup quarter-final, while the men in blue boasted a far more settled side.
With 10 Ireland internationals on board, Leinster were keen to use that experience to telling effect but Ulster enjoyed a positive opening spell.
Young backs Conor Gaston and Peter Nelson threatened before James McKinney was narrowly wide with a ninth minute penalty attempt as rain began to fall.
Once the handling errors were cleared up, Leinster threatened at close quarters and out wide. Cian Healy was held up over the line after strong drives from Sean Cronin and Devin Toner.
From the resulting five-metre scrum, Auva'a charged off the base but a combination of Ali Birch, McKinney and Nelson prevented him grounding the ball.
The try did come just moments later, Carr scooping up Ian Madigan's quick pass out to the right and going over in the corner. Fergus McFadden followed up with an excellent conversion.
McFadden and Luke Fitzgerald soon sparked a fleet-footed raid through midfield and with the Ulster defence sucked in, Madigan's accurate pass gave Cronin an easy run-in on the left.
That converted try was swiftly replied to by McKinney's first successful penalty, punishing Carr for failing to release after the tackle.
Ulster enjoyed a decent spell coming up to the interval, with the lively Paul Marshall keeping his forwards on course. They ground out the hard yards for McKinney to slot a second three-pointer.
However, Leinster struck a psychological blow on the stroke of half-time.
Having turned down a kickable penalty, a solid scrum allowed man of the match Auva'a to power past Robbie Diack and away for try number three.
McFadden's conversion pushed the lead out to 21-6, yet Ulster's response early in the second half yielded a deserved try - Cochrane sweeping through for the 48th minute score.
McKinney's pass back inside invited the winger past two initial tackles and he showed strength to reach the line despite the best efforts of Eoin Reddan and Fitzgerald.
McKinney added the extras and as confidence began to spread throughout the Ulster ranks, Michael Allen was only a pass away from putting full-back Nelson through for their second try.
Leinster rallied on the hour mark - the home side benefiting from a more direct approach - but McFadden's subsequent penalty attempt bounced away off a post.
Leinster's superiority in the set piece was all too obvious when Ulster collapsed a series of scrums near their line and referee Peter Fitzgibbon duly awarded a penalty try.
McFadden converted the bonus point score and split the posts again after Madigan coasted in behind the posts and prop Hagan burrowed over from close range.RaboDirect Pro 12. Click here to bet.
|Saturday 7th December|
|18:00||Northampton vs Leinster|
|British and Irish Cup|
|14:30||Leinster vs Cross Keys|
|Saturday 14th December|
|18:00||Leinster vs Northampton|
|Friday 20th December|
|19:35||Edinburgh vs Leinster|
|Saturday 28th December|
|18:45||Leinster vs Ulster|
|Saturday 4th January|
|15:00||Connacht vs Leinster|
|Saturday 11th January|
|TBC||Castres vs Leinster|
|Friday 17th January|
|British and Irish Cup|
|19:45||Ealing Trailfinders vs Leinster|
|Saturday 18th January|
|TBC||Leinster vs Ospreys|
|Saturday 8th February|
|15:00||Zebre vs Leinster|
|Saturday 15th February|
|15:00||Leinster vs Newport Gwent D'gons|
|Saturday 22nd February|
|15:00||Cardiff Blues vs Leinster|
|Saturday 1st March|
|15:00||Leinster vs Glasgow|
|Saturday 30th November|
|Leinster 36 - 19 Scarlets|
|Sunday 24th November|
|Benetton Treviso 20 - 21 Leinster|
|Friday 1st November|
|Newport Gwent D'gons 19 - 23 Leinster|
|Saturday 26th October|
|Leinster 16 - 13 Connacht|
|Saturday 19th October|
|Leinster 19 - 7 Castres|
|British and Irish Cup|
|Moseley 22 - 24 Leinster|
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