Four second half tries gave Ulster an easy win and a bonus point in the Celtic League clash against Glasgow.
Ulster (3) 30
Tries: S Best, Bowe, Maggs, Howe
Cons: Larkin, Wallace
Pens: Larkin (2)
Glasgow (3) 3
It was level at 3-3 at half-time with Calvin Howarth on target for Glasgow and Adam Larkin replying for Ulster.
Simon Best scored Ulster's first try in the 58th minute and further touchdowns followed from Tommy Bowe, Kevin Maggs and Tyrone Howe.
Ulster remain ninth in the table although they have closed to within one point of Connacht.
The visitors, aiming to end a run of nine consecutive away defeats, started with some promise when a threatening 11th minute break from Steve Swindall led
to Glasgow's first penalty right under the Ulster posts.
Howarth kicked the three points, but Ulster came back into the game and replied in kind five minutes later, after Paul Shields was held up short of the visitors' line. with Adam Larkin making no mistake with the penalty.
The Ulster fly-half was then wide with a kickable penalty on 19 minutes and, right at the end of the half, Howarth was wide with a long range shot from 38
Larkin put Ulster in front three minutes after the restart before prop Simon Best barged over for a score, which Larkin converted to give Ulster a 13-3
They continued to pile on the pressure with a spectacular 50-metre run from Bowe whose score went unconverted.
As Glasgow disintegrated, the home side ran in two more scores.
Maggs bagged the first as Ulster took a quick penalty after Ben Prescott had been sin-binned and the bonus point was grabbed by Howe's try which replacement fly-half Paddy Wallace converted.
Ulster: Cunningham, Bowe, Maggs, Steinmetz, Howe, Larkin, Campbell, McCormack, Shields, S Best, Longwell, McCullough, Feather (capt), N Best, Wilson.
Replacements: R Best, Moore, Barker, Ward, Doak, Wallace, S Young.
Glasgow: Shaw, R Lamont, Morrison, Barrow, MacLure, Howarth,
Beveridge, Tckachuk, Lawson, Kelly, Hall, Turner, Swindall, Mather, Dearlove.
Replacements: Thomson, Prescott, Beardshaw, Wilson, Pinder,
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRFU)