Coach Dale McIntosh urged Cardiff Blues to finish the RaboDirect PRO12 season on a real high when they travel to regional rivals Scarlets on the final day of the campaign next weekend.
Resurgent Blues made it a fab four run of performances as Connacht followed in the recent footsteps of Ulster, Edinburgh and Scarlets as they suffered defeat.
The result in Galway was all the more pleasing for the coaching team of McIntosh and Paul John as Blues had to dig deep and recover from trailing 15-3 early in the second half to run out confident 22-15 winners.
Blues now hit the road one final time this year as they head west to Parc y Scarlets to face Simon Easterby's high flying outfit.
But McIntosh believes the squad must travel with confidence as they look to make it five straight league wins and secure seventh spot in the RaboDirect PRO12 table.
"We are all looking forward to the final game. It's a local derby and we have beaten them once before this season," he said.
"Obviously they wouldn't have been happy about losing to us last time and, although they have qualified for Europe, we are going down there to get a result.
"We are not over confident in ourselves. But we are confident that we can compete, confident in our own ability and if we can produce something similar to tonight and the last three games then we will be a tough nut to crack."
The weekend starts with us tonight as Cardiff Blues face Ulster Rugby in the Guinness PRO12 at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - and there is still time for you to join the biggest and best Friday night party!
Thank Blues it's Friday! The weekend will be starting HERE on Friday night as Cardiff Blues tackle Ulster in the Guinness PRO12 at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - and we want you to be our guest at our big match day party!
Let the Games Begin! Cardiff Blues launch the Guinness PRO12 season on home soil this Sunday afternoon against Glasgow Warriors (kick-off 4pm) - and we are going to make it a double celebration as we also recognise the achievements of Team Wales!
First team aces Cory Allen, Lloyd Williams, Ellis Jenkins and new signing Jarrad Hoeata were all on hand to watch the next generation of stars when Cardiff Blues held a huge Under-8s Tag Rugby tournament at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park.
Clinical Glasgow Warriors produced a devastating final 20 minutes to secure the points on Super Sunday and consign battling Cardiff Blues to a 33-12 defeat in the Guinness PRO12 opener at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park.
Impressive Cardiff Blues pushed English powerhouse side Leicester Tigers all the way with an hugely encouraging performance as final preparations for the new Guinness PRO12 season continued at Welford Road.