Fellow English outfit Harlequins left Limerick victorious in the Amlin Challenge Cup three seasons ago but everyone else has fallen by the wayside in front of one of the standout atmospheres in the sport.
Now it is Gloucester's turn to head back to the venue where they were so famously beaten in the 'Miracle Match' of 2003 and, while that defeat still lingers in West Country hearts and minds, No8 Morgan and second row Savage reckon the similarities with their own home patch and the fact that they played at Thomond Park in pre-season could stand them in good stead come Saturday evening.
"It will be a great occasion to be involved in," said England international Morgan, who admits that the nature of the tournament and the team standing in their way this weekend means they will have to be at their very best to make it two wins from two in Pool 6.
"When teams come down to Kingsholm, as much as the crowd gets into them, I think they enjoy that. Equally, we'll relish that going out to Munster.
"It's always great to be involved in games where you have a crowd that's booming, where you can hear them and they're very vocal. That's something that really adds to the occasion and something that we really relish.
"It's exciting when it's a big European game. You're playing against better teams and therefore your opportunities in the match are fewer so you have to be right on top of your game. You have to cut down your penalty count and your error count, you have to be near 100 per cent in the lineout and get a good platform to play off. To do well in European games, you have to be on top form. That's the big focus for us, controlling the amount of errors we make so we can impose our game on the opposition.
"I'm very positive with our team, I feel very confident. We've got attacking threats from 1-15 and our bench is very strong, too. It always gives you confidence when you know that the players around you are so good. You know that when you come off and are absolutely knackered, there's someone coming on who's as good as you and they'll be giving their all for the jersey."
Gloucester marked their return to the top table of European rugby with a late 27-22 home win over Perpignan, while Munster were surprisingly seen off by Edinburgh at Murrayfield.
But Savage knows those results will count for little in their latest battle as Gloucester look to finally put their Heineken Cup humiliation at the hands of Munster behind them some 10 years after they were hammered 33-6 to miss out on a place in the last eight.
"You can never write Munster off," added club captain Savage.
"We went there in pre-season and the stadium was only about half full but the atmosphere was still incredible. They've got a similar fanbase to us, the stadium is absolutely ginormous and we're looking forward to going away and having that challenge.
"That 2003 match is still a sorepoint at training. There's still a few boys around, whether that's in the coaching set up or guys still playing now, who were involved in that.
"Sometimes when you lose a game you can laugh about it a few years on but to this day people are still pretty down about that: they knew they chucked away a massive opportunity in Europe. That will be in the back of our minds and the guys that are still about will be reiterating the point that you can't take anything for granted in Europe."