Munster head coach Johann van Graan felt his side adjusted well to a first-half onslaught by the DHL Stormers.

An error-strewn opening period saw the hosts trail 15-7 with the South Africans also missing five points off the tee.

However, the free-running visitors couldn't maintain the tempo nor deal with a rampaging Munster once the pack clicked into gear.

Eventually the Reds barged over for five tries to run out 34-18 winners and join Ulster the top of the United Rugby Championship standings on 10 points.

"We didn’t start the game well, we lost collisions," said the South African.

"A big moment came on the half hour mark, we stopped their maul, we got momentum, got a great try before half time, we re-adjusted at half time, we got good momentum in the second-half."

"They were what I expected.

"I’d say I am satisfied with two bonus points [from the two games], satisfied we showed composure, happy we adapted to what our opponents threw at us.

"We have things to work on, looking forward to review of game."

Van Graan also confirmed that captain Peter O’Mahony asked the officials to check for a bite on hooker Niall Scannell, who scored their third try.

"Niall reported to Pete on the pitch, obviously the referee had a look at it, they couldn’t any evidence of it but we will go through process and report it through the right channels

"He will be [examined by a doctor], we haven’t not spoken to the medical team yet."

Speaking to RTÉ Sport after the match, O’Mahony said: "You saw what they brought in the first half, we really struggled as they made a mess of our breakdown.

"We could not get out of our half, territory-wise we had no ball.

"Credit the Stormers, they were incredibly impressive.

"We knew we had fitness in our bank and knew if we could hang in there, we would get scores."