No team has ever won both Heineken Cup and Celtic League titles in the same season but that is Leinster's next target as they take on the Ospreys in the RaboDirect PRO12 Final at the RDS this Sunday.
Leinster are looking to make amends for the way they finished the domestic season last time out as they failed to back up their Heineken Cup win over Northampton with a similar success against Munster the following week.
History will be made if they can overcome the side that beat them at the same stage of the competition two years ago and head coach Joe Schmidt can boast a clean bill of health as far as the 23 players who claimed continental glory last weekend are concerned.
Star trio Cian Healy, Rob Kearney and Brian O'Driscoll suffered no lasting effects from the injuries which had affected their preparations in the build up to the Heineken Cup Final and all three will be available for selection.
O'Driscoll was temporarily forced off the field on Saturday as the stitches from his recent knee surgery opened up but the veteran centre returned to the action late on in London.
Kearney, who was this week named ERC European Player of the Year for a series of outstanding performances throughout Leinster's Heineken Cup campaign, has brushed off the back problem that made him a doubt for the Ulster clash.
Leinster will be without long-term injury victims Rhys Ruddock (hip surgery), Luke Fitzgerald (neck) and Eoin O'Malley (knee), though, as well as scrum-half Isaac Boss. The New Zealand-born Ireland international was ruled out of the Heineken Cup Final at the last minute after failing a fitness test prior to kick off and he hasn't recovered from the thigh injury in time to be considered to face the Ospreys.