Glasgow coach Sean Lineen praised the character of his players as they rounded off their season at home in style.
The Warriors secured a 25-23 victory over Llanelli Scarlets at Firhill with late tries from Colin Gregor and replacement scrum-half Sam Pinder.
Dan Parks, hero of the previous week's win over Edinburgh, was again to the fore as he grabbed the Warriors’ first try and slotted the conversion following Pinder's try which sealed the success.
It is proving to be a fine end to the season for Parks, who endured a poor 2008 RBS 6 Nations campaign for Frank Hadden's Scotland side.
Lineen said: "One thing we did down in Llanelli was give up. In this game we didn't give up.
"The boys showed a lot of bottle and a lot of character. We've now got two away games left and we're gunning to win both."