Ulster scored five tries as they beat Neath in Friday's pre-season friendly at the Gnoll.
Paddy Jackson landed an early penalty and a try, scored by John Burns after a run by Chris Farrell made it 8-0.
Winger Craig Gilroy and Robbie Diack added tries to give the visitors a 20-3 half-time advantage.
Neath fought back to just 20-15 down but Blane McIlroy got Ulster's fourth try and senior debutant Peter Nelson grabbed a late touchdown.
Ulster's final friendly is at home to Harlequins on Friday, 26 August and a week later they start their league campaign against Glasgow at Ravenhill.
Ulster: Peter Nelson; Michael Allen, Christopher Farrell, Luke Marshall, Craig Gilroy; Patrick Jackson, Ian Porter; Paddy McAllister, John Burns, Jerry Cronin, Lewis Stevenson (capt), Neil McComb, Michael McComish, Willie Faloon, Robbie Diack.
Replacements: Andrew Warwick, Callum Black, Adam Macklin, James Simpson, Ali Birch, Blane McIlroy, Stuart Olding, Conor Gaston.