Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson feels his players came of age in the 17-12 victory over Leicester, which sent the English side crashing out of the Heineken Cup.
The Tigers needed a bonus-point win to keep alive their quarter-final qualification hopes - but Phil Godman and Ross Ford notched the only tries of the game for the home side.
Former England coach Robinson said: "It was one of the best performances since I came to the club and the fact that it was against one of the strongest teams in Europe made it all the more special.
"We put pressure on them in the set-piece and could have scored two or three more tries, such were the chances we created.
"There was no problem getting the guys lifted in the build-up to the game - every time they pull on an Edinburgh jersey now it is a crucial game.
"They understand that it is a question of being a professional, knowing the importance of every match. It is a question of performing every time."
Glasgow made it a Scottish double with their first away win in the tournament, an 18-15 triumph over Viadana in Italy.
But coach Sean Lineen blamed the wet conditions and some decisions from French referee Jerome Garces for their inability to claim a bonus point.
Lineen said: "It was not a great game. They made it hard for us, we made it hard for us, the referee made it hard for us.
"Viadana were struggling in the contact phase but a weak referee let anything go. They were offside all the time, but we did not deal with that situation."
Lineen added: "I want to focus on the fact that we won - the first away success for Glasgow in 28 Heineken Cup games.
“There was no bonus point, but it had been lashing down all day and the ground was very soft."
Scotland international Kelly Brown and Argentinian full-back Bernie Stortoni scored Glasgow's two tries.