Ireland made a blistering start to their summer tour with an emphatic 55-19 victory over the United States at Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.
Tries from Keith Earls (2), Jacob Stockdale, Niall Scannell, Kieran Marmion, Jack Conan, debutant James Ryan, Luke McGrath and Simon Zebo did the damage with fly-half Joey Carbery adding four points from the boot. Garry Ringrose added a solitary conversion with Rory Scannell, on his Test debut, kicking four points.
The outclassed Eagles replied with tries from Nic Civetta, John Quill and Ryan Matyas with former Connacht fly-half AJ MacGinty contributing four points from the kicking tee.
Joe Schmidt's side had too much pace, power and precision for the Eagles, who are ranked 13 places below fourth-placed Ireland in the World Rankings. That gap in class was blatantly apparent throughout a frantic first half with the visitors bagging five tries to establish a 29-7 halftime lead.
Ireland added a further four tries after the break to seal a comfortable victory before they set off to Tokyo on Sunday ahead of their two-Test series with 2019 World Cup pool opponents Japan.