The impressive nature of that performance has rightly earned Edinburgh plenty of praise yet Scott insists there is no danger of the squad themselves getting carried away with the hype, especially given that they travel to the bear pit that is the Stade Aime Giral on Sunday.
"They are mad about their rugby down there in Perpignan. They have a passionate crowd and quality rugby players so we know it's going to be a massive challenge," said Scott.
"They are very physical up front and we are going there as massive underdogs. But I don't see why we can't do the same again. We seem to step up when we're the underdogs. Everyone is very excited.
"The Munster result will instil plenty of confidence and belief. We haven't been playing that badly but we had just been on the wrong side of results. We needed a win and hopefully that victory can kick start our season."
Victory in the Pool 6 opener was just Edinburgh's second of the season but Scott says he wasn't surprised to see it come in the Heineken Cup given the added buzz around the city when it comes to the continent's top competition.
Edinburgh raised their game in the tournament two years ago as they progressed all the way through to the semi-finals after five wins in the pools stages and they upped it once more for the visit of the Irish giants.
"The start of the season has not gone very well but there is something special about the Heineken Cup, it gives you a break from the league," added Scott.
"Everyone has a clean slate and starts on nil-points. There is everything to play for and extra motivation because it's a special tournament.
"We try to prepare the same way as any game but you can't hide from the fact there is extra excitement about this tournament and that manifested itself on the pitch.
"Alan Solomons put the pressure on us before kick off by telling us it was time to deliver a performance. We have had time to adapt and put systems in place but it was time to step up and deliver, and that's what we did."