Connacht 11-24 Scarlets
Two tries from Jordan Williams in a second half blitz ensured the Scarlets came away with a 24-11 win over Connacht at the Sportsground
Four second half tries from the Scarlets ensured that they not only overturned a half-time deficit to come away with the win but also picked up a bonus point in the process.
The hosts had started the game well and they kept the Welsh side's danger men quiet in the first period, to such an extent that the visitors were pointless at the break, while also showing some attacking intent themselves.
Kiwi fly-half Miah Nikora kicked Connacht into an early lead and, after most of the opening half turned into a real battle with very few try-scoring opportunities, they finally made the breakthrough just before the interval as centre Eoin Griffin crossed to make it 8-0.
The Scarlets were stung into action though and three tries in the opening 15 minutes of the second half turned the match on its head.
First full-back Jordan Williams went over after an excellent move started by Welsh international winger George North and it wasn't long before North had a try of his own, showing good pace to outstrip the defence.
Jordan Williams completed his brace with another fine try moments later in what was a dreadful spell for the home side but the men from Llanelli were made to wait a long time to secure that crucial bonus point.
In fact, a couple of missed conversions meant that another Nikora penalty midway through the half gave Connacht more than a fighting chance of getting back into the game.
It wasn't to be though and Jonathan Davies made sure the visitors did leave with both the victory and the bonus point with a fourth try in the final minute as the Scarlets remain undefeated at the top of the RaboDirect PRO12 table.