Dan Parks was the star of the show as Glasgow beat rivals Edinburgh 15-22 to stay top of the Magners League and, at the same time, win the 1872 Cup.
Sean Lineen’s men arrived at Murrayfield bidding to follow up last week’s 25-12 victory at Firhill in the first leg of the 1872 Cup.
And they did so in style with a dominant display in the capital with Parks kicking three penalties and a drop goal as well as chipping ahead for DTH van der Merwe to score and for Bernardo Stortoni to catch for a try.
Edinburgh captain Chris Paterson kicked five penalties to ensure the visitors didn’t run away with the match but things looked ominous from the word go as Parks put Glasgow ahead with an early penalty, quickly followed by a drop goal.
Paterson reduced the deficit in the ninth minute but Parks and Canadian Van der Merwe combined for the first try of the game, although Parks failed with the conversion.
There were no further tries before the interval, but Paterson added two further penalties while Parks - the Magners League's top-points scorer – was also on target as Glasgow led 14-9 at the break.
The decisive score of the game came early in the second half as Richie Vernon forced a five-metre scrum and from the pressure, Parks produced a lovely kick to the left for the unmarked Stortoni to catch and touch down.
Glasgow continued to dominate, but Paterson's fourth penalty in the 65th minute kept Edinburgh in bonus-point territory.
That seemed to have gone when Parks added his third penalty two minutes later but Paterson secured that consolation for Edinburgh with the last kick of the game.
The Warriors lead the Magners League by two points from the Ospreys ahead of their trip to face third-placed Leinster, whose game at Connacht was postponed, on Friday.