Carmarthen Quins came from behind to beat Championship side Jersey in the British and Irish Cup.
Fly-half Aaron Penberthy kicked the islanders into a 9-0 lead, but Quins ran in four tries as they grabbed 24 unanswered points.
Adam Warren and winger Jordan Williams went over to put the Welsh side ahead before Roy Osborn's score from a maul extended the advantage.
Aaron Warren's touchdown in the closing minutes secured the bonus-point.
Carmarthen finished second in Pool Five, but results elsewhere meant they failed to qualify for the quarter-finals as one of the best runners-up.
|British & Irish Cup Pool Five final standings|
|1 Leinster A||6||24|
|2 Carmarthen Quins||6||17|
|4 Plymouth Albion||6||9|
Carmarthen Quins: Steff Evans, Frazier Climo, Steff Hughes (capt), Adam Warren, Jordan Williams, Daniel Jones, Kieran Hardy, Rhys Thomas, Ryan Elias, Jacobie Adriaanse, Lewis Rawlins, Shaun Jones, Phil Day, Will Boyde, Tom Phillips.
Replacements: Torrin Myhill, Gethin Robinson, Ben Leung, Roy Osborn, Kyle Evans, Aaron Warren, Iolo Evans.
Jersey: Ross Jones-Davies, Jack Burroughs, David Bishop, Tobias Hoskins, Ed Dawson, Aaron Penberthy, Joel Dudley; Ignacio Lancuba, Joe Buckle, Harry Williams, Pierce Phillips, Dave Markham, Alex Rae (capt), Ryan Hodson, Michael Noone.
Replacements: Gareth Harris, Myles Landick, Danny Herriott, Nick Campbell, Ryan Glynn, Mark Foster, Grant Pointer.