Leicester, going for a third consecutive Heineken Cup crown, finished second in the rankings with five wins and a draw, while Munster finished seventh after Saturday's stunning win over in-form Gloucester.
Toulouse's 29-32 loss to London Irish allowed the French club to avoid a clash with compatriots Biarritz. Instead, they host Northampton Saints, while Biarritz travel to Leinster's Donnybrook ground.
Leinster were the only one of the 24 teams in the tournament to finish with six victories.
Wales' sole representative in the last eight, Llanelli, host Perpignan as they strive to make the Cup quarter-finals for the third time in four seasons.
The eight qualifiers and their rankings for the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup, to be played on the weekend of 11/12/13 April, are:
1 Leinster Lions (Pool 4 winners - 12 points and 22 tries)
2 Leicester Tigers (Pool 1 winners - 11 points and 31 tries)
3 Toulouse (Pool 5 winners - 10 points and 29 tries)
4 Llanelli (Pool 3 winners - 10 points and 22 tries)
5 Perpignan (Pool 2 winners - 8 points and 23 tries)
6 Northampton Saints (Pool 6 winners - 8 points and 14 tries)
7 Munster (Best runners-up - 8 points and 27 tries)
8 Biarritz Olympique (Second best runners-up - 8 points and 21 tries)
The quarter-final line-up (home team first) is:
(1 v 8) Leinster Lions v Biarritz Olympique
(2 v 7) Leicester Tigers v Munster
(3 v 6) Toulouse v Northampton Saints
(4 v 5) Llanelli v Perpignan