Glasgow coach Sean Lineen believes the away victory over Ulster augurs well for the Warriors's prospects next season.
Lineen’s men secured a fine 35-24 at Ravenhill in the league, scoring four tries in the process.
Lome Fa'atau, Johnnie Beattie, Max Evans and Tom Evans crossed for Lineen's men while Dan Parks – Scotland's stand-off in the 2008 RBS 6 Nations – landed 15 points with the boot.
Ulster's Scotland winger Simon Danielli, who made his Test return in 2008 RBS 6 Nations, scored a try for Ulster while Rob Dewey continued his return from injury.
Scotland’s new backs coach said: “Winning in the league is so hard at the best of times.
“But to do it against a side like Ulster on their home turf and score four tries is a remarkable achievement.
“It was a terrific all-round display, the best of the campaign. The guys deserve a result for all the hard work they’ve put in.
“The signs are very good for the future - next season and beyond, both in the European Cup and the league.”