Watch the video above to relive the excitement from the win over Exeter Chiefs at Aviva Stadium.

Leinster Rugby made it four wins from four thanks to Luke McGrath’s try and 17 points from the boot of Isa Nacewa.

The victory over the English champions puts Leinster at the top of Pool 3 on 18 points with two games to go.

Crucially, Leinster also hold one of the top two seeds for the knockout stages, as it stands, with last season’s finalists Clermont occupying the number one seed with four rounds played.

Leinster’s next Champions Cup game will be against Glasgow Warriors on the weekend of 12th/13th/14th January, with tickets available now.

Supporters can also purchase tickets for the Glasgow match, along with the games against Scarlets and Southern Kings in the Guinness PRO14, as part of the ‘Three Games, One Gift’ Pack.

Before returning to European action Leinster will come up against all of the other provinces in consecutive games, starting with the trip to Thomond Park to face Munster on St Stephen’s Day (KO 3.15pm, live TG4/Sky Sports).

That will be followed by the New Year’s Day match against Connacht (KO 3.15pm) and the visit of Ulster to the RDS Arena on 6th January (KO 5.35pm).

With Leinster three points behind leaders Scarlets and two points ahead of Ulster in PRO14 Conference B, these three Interprovincial derbies will be crucial in determining which teams will claim home draws in the play-off stage.

Confirmed details for the Round 5 and Round 6 matches in Europe are expected to be announced this week.