OSPREYS in Swansea to maintain their unbeaten start to the season and cement themselves firmly as Conference A leaders in the Guinness Pro14.
The Irish province dominated most of the match and scored two tries to one but Ospreys were able to register a losing bonus point.
Tries from Jean Kleyn and Darren Sweetnam were enough to ensure Rassie Erasmus' men came out on top despite Sam Davies kicking the home side into contention in the second half.
Munster were dominant physically before the break and a cracking try from former Wales worldwide James Hook and 11 points from the boot of out-half Sam Davies were not enough to give the Ospreys victory.
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James Cronin is included among the replacements and could make his first appearance of the season having successfully rehabbed a knee injury. Bleyendaal's off day with the boot continued, but an eight-point half-time lead was one Munster deserved.
Munster took advantage with well-worked tries by Kleyn and Sweetnam. Keeping the ball in the tight exchanges paid dividends and Bleyendaal's third penalty put the final nail in the Ospreys' coffin.
The Ospreys hit straight back, scoring a try from their first piece of possession when Hook weaved past three defenders to touch down. Bleyendaal failed with the conversion attempt from wide out.
Fly-half Davies and Bleyendaal swapped penalties at the start of the second half as Ospreys who, brought Nicky Smith and Scott Baldwin on at half-time, started to claw their way back into the contest.
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Bleyendaal's third penalty of the afternoon with just three minutes left on the clock sealed things for the visitors.
Ospreys: Dan Evans; Keelan Giles, Cory Allen, James Hook, Jeff Hassler; Sam Davies, Tom Habberfield; Paul James, Sam Parry, Ma'afu Fia, Bradley Davies, Lloyd Ashley, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric (capt), Dan Baker.
Munster: Andrew Conway; Darren Sweetnam, Chris Farrell, Jaco Taute, Alex Wootton; Tyler Bleyendaal (capt), Duncan Williams; Liam O'Connor, Rhys Marshall, Stephen Archer; Jean Kleyn, Billy Holland; Sean O'Connor, Tommy O'Donnell, Jack O'Donoghue.
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