Leinster coach Michael Cheika was impressed with his side's performance as they secured top spot in Heineken Cup Pool Two with a 12-3 win over Edinburgh at the weekend.
The Irish province did not manage a try but did not ultimately need one against their Magners League rivals and progressed to the last eight with Wasps crashing out after a 21-15 defeat at Castres.
"I don't think anyone is under any illusions. We definitely dominated," Cheika said.
"We had all the possession. We defended pretty well when they did have it but we couldn't deliver the knockout blow. Obviously our tactics changed when we knew what was happening in the (Wasps) game as well."
In spite of dominating for most of the game, Leinster lacked the clinical finishing that saw them score 10 tries in their opening three pool games - but with Wasps falling short in France, a try-scoring bonus point was not needed by the Irish side.
Cheika added: "We were in their territory for so long and we just couldn't manage to get over. Maybe we were a little too focused on getting over instead of playing what we organise ourselves to play when we get in those areas of the field.
"We had a plan, but it became very evident after a certain period that we weren't getting four tries, once the rain came down.
"We adjusted to a different approach but there is no approach in football that says don't score tries. We are frustrated we didn't score more but we're very happy we are in the quarter-final."
The 2017 RBS 6 Nations was watched by record numbers of fans
29 March 2017, 12:25pm
After an enthralling RBS 6 Nations Championship of twists, turns, and no small amount of drama on the last day, figures show the RBS 6 Nations is going from strength to strength, year on year, with no sign of slowing down.