Ospreys coach Steve Tandy was full of praise for his side following their 43-26 win away at Connacht.
The visitors ran in six tries, including a score for British and Irish Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones, to dispatch the Irish side in Galway.
Wales fly-half Dan Biggar was also amongst the try scorers as he finished with 18 points - becoming the first Welshman to reach 1000 league points.
The win puts the Ospreys second in the RaboDirect Pro12, level on points with leaders Glasgow.
"It's a big achievement to run in six tries in a game whoever you are playing, so obviously I'm very pleased at what we've done here tonight," Tandy told the Ospreys website.
"We've had a very tough start to the season, with three of our first four games away from home, so to be talking now after four games and we're still unbeaten, that's a great effort from everyone who has worn the shirt this month. They all deserve a pat on the back for that.
"Our attacking game over the last couple of weeks has been very good, we're heading in the right direction in that aspect of the game and it's pleasing as a coach to see the team making strides in that area.
"Other areas of our game are letting us down though. There is lots of work to be done on our discipline and our defence.
"It's not quite clicking and I think at times tonight we were a little bit vulnerable. When you fall short in those areas you allow teams to stay in the game longer then they deserve and I think that was the case out there.
"But still, scoring six tries away from home is an excellent achievement. We all know that for various reasons we didn't have the threat behind that we would have liked last season and we are trying to develop our game.
"We've recruited well over the summer and there's competition throughout the squad now and I think we are seeing the benefits at the moment in our attacking game.
"The message in the changing room though was they can't think they are the finished article because that's definitely not the case, far from it. If we can keep developing as we have done and improve our discipline and defence then we'll have a chance."