Ulster secured Champions Cup rugby for next season as they put a glossy finish on an otherwise dull season with Sunday's win over Ospreys.
But how did the individuals fare? Here's Michael Sadlier's take on their performances.
Louis Luik 4: An early departure after just 18 minutes when the South African was helped from the field; he did not have time to make an impact.
Craig Gilroy 8: A late replacement for Piutau, he bagged two quality tries thanks to his awareness and pace, which helped take the game beyond the Ospreys.
Luke Marshall 7: It had been quiet enough before his chip for Gilroy and then he was carted off in the second half after helping halt a score.
Stuart McCloskey 6: Plenty of the usual muscular endeavour. He put in a big defensive shift and helped set up Treadwell’s second half score.
Jacob Stockdale 6: He had made occasional impacts in the game and then came another score, this time intercepting Hook’s pass to run at the end.
Johnny McPhillips 6: A quiet enough opening 40 minutes in his face-off with Biggar, but his chip down the touchline saw Gilroy nab his second.
John Cooney 8: Another huge game when it mattered. He helped set up Gilroy’s second and kicked 15 points to end a great first season at the Kingspan.
Callum Black 4: He lasted 23 minutes on his final appearance for Ulster before leaving the action not long after Ludik had been helped off.
Rob Herring 7: The skipper did all he could to get this win. Produced a huge tackle count with 15 to his name. A fitting way to end his campaign.
Tom O'Toole 6: Thrown in from the start after Ross Kane’s pre-kick-off exit, the youngster did really well on only his second start for the team.
Alan O'Connor 7: Put it up to the Ospreys in his own typically robust manner, and another who stood up defensively with 14 hits on the Ospreys.
Kieran Treadwell 7: Some strong carries and tackles when required. He even charged over Ulster’s third score to help them win.
Robbie Diack 5: The last time he’ll be seen in an Ulster shirt, the South African worked hard before getting a standing ovation when substituted.
Sean Reidy 7: Hard-working as ever, the Kiwi carried hard when on the front-foot and was another who spared nothing when it came to tackling.
Nick Timoney 7: It looked like it might be a hard day, but there he was carrying hard and putting everything into the cause to win this game.
David Busby (for Ludik 18 mins) 6: He performed well under pressure after coming on so early
Andy Warwick (for Black 23mins) 7: One great tip tackle during a decent enough shift
Darren Cave (for Marshall 56mins) 6: Helped get Ulster over the line after entering the fray for the injured Marshall
Chris Henry (for Diack 62mins) 6: Also made his contribution in ensuring Ulster’s place in Europe’s top tier
Dave Shanahan (for Cooney 75mins) 4: Had no real time to impress after getting the nod late on
John Andrew (for Timoney 76 mins) 4: Likewise, not enough time to impress, having only a handful of minutes of action
Replacements not used: R Ah You, J Regan