Scoir Mear led home a one-two-three for JP McManus in the Baroneracing.com Leinster National at Naas.
The leading owner fielded six of the 14 runners in the E80,000 feature and was ultimately well rewarded.
The Tom Mullins-trained Scoir Mear was a 17-2 chance in the hands of 5lb claimer Simon Torrens and dug deep after the final fence to see off 7-2 favourite Ten Ten by two lengths. Fitzhenry rounded off the McManus trifecta in third.
Mullins, who also saddled the fifth home Chavi Artist, said of the winner: "He's been consistent all year. He's a horse that needs a bit of light and I said to Simon to go wide and keep him happy. He said he loved it and jumped from fence to fence.
"We'll see what JP and Frank (Berry, owner's racing manager) want to do - maybe he could go for the Irish National. I'm happy enough with today anyway."
He added: "Chavi Artist was jumping so high at some of them that he couldn't finish out. He went really high at the fourth-last and went down on his nose.
"I felt that was the end of him, but he came back into the race so he must have run a cracker.
"I'll have to teach him to stay out of the clouds!"
Conflated made the most of having his sights lowered with a wide-margin victory in the Bar One Racing Directors Plate Novice Chase.
Placed behind the high-class pair of Darver Star and Asterion Forlonge on his first two starts over fences, the Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding made it third time lucky at Navan in December.
He was no match for star novice Monkfish over three miles at Leopardstown's Christmas meeting, but faced with three rivals on his first start since in this Grade Three contest, the seven-year-old was the 4-9 favourite under Jack Kennedy.
The lead changed hands on several occasions during the two-and-a-half-mile journey, but Conflated's superior class told from the home turn and he passed the post with 21 lengths in hand over Waitnsee.
Winning trainer Denise Foster was enjoying her first success at graded level, having recently taken over the licence at Cullentra House Stables from the suspended Gordon Elliott.
Foster, who landed a treble at Navan on Saturday, said: "It was the perfect race for him and on ratings he was entitled to win. He'll probably head to Fairyhouse and Punchestown.
"He did it well and was happy bowling along in front. He jumped great and stayed on well."