Munster recovered from their loss last week to Racing with a comprehensive 33-0 Heineken Cup Pool 1 victory over Edinburgh at Thomond Park.
While Munster were always in control of the match they left it until the death to secure the bonus point try which was scored by Damien Varley.
The result leaves Edinburgh's Heineken Cup season in tatters as they have lost both of their opening fixtures and having lost 45-0 last weekend to Saracens they have yet to score a point this season.
In Munster's Thomond Park fortress, Edinburgh were put to the sword for the second week running.
Ian Keatley, deputising for the injured Ronan O'Gara at fly-half, marshalled things well and kicked 13 points (three penalties, two conversions), with the four second-half tries handing the Irish province a winning bonus point.
Scrum-half Conor Murray crossed for the first, opportunist, try, darting from the back of a ruck to cross under a mass of bodies.
Impressive No 8 Peter O'Mahoney notched up Munster's second, rolling over after a well-executed maul from a line-out, flanker Sean Dougall crossing almost immediately after, thanks to a Paddy Butler break and good backing up by Keatley.
With Edinburgh in disarray, replacement hooker Damien Varley then crossed, again from a smart line-out move, to ensure the extra point and deepen the concerns of Michael Bradley, coach of the Scottish region.
Final Score Heineken Cup: Munster (6) 33 Edinburgh (0) 0
Tries: Murray, O'Mahony, Dougall, Varley
Cons: Keatley 2
Pens: Keatley 3
Referee: Wayne Barnes (Eng),
Assistant ref: Tim Wigglesworth,
Assistant ref: Paul Dix,
TMO: Geoff Warren,
Citing Commissioner: John Byett
Munster Rugby: Denis Hurley; Doug Howlett (c), Casey Laulala, James Downey, Simon Zebo; Ian Keatley, Conor Murray; Dave Kilcoyne, Mike Sherry, BJ Botha, Donncha O'Callaghan, Paul O'Connell, Donnacha Ryan, Sean Dougall, Peter O'Mahony.
Replacements: Damien Varley, Marcus Horan, Stephen Archer, Billy Holland, Patrick Butler, Duncan Williams, JJ Hanrahan, Felix Jones.
Edinburgh Rugby: Greig Tonks; Lee Jones, Nick De Luca, Ben Atiga, Tim Visser; Gregor Hunter, Richie Rees; John Yapp, Ross Ford, Geoff Cross, Grant Gilchrist, Sean Cox (c), Dave Denton, Stuart McInally, Netani Talei.
Replacements: Andy Titterrell, Robin Hislop, WP Nel, Robert McAlpine, Dimitri Basilaia, Chris Leck, Matthew Scott, Tom Brown.