The home side had gone into the game as strong favourites but were never allowed to get a foothold as Gloucester produced a display of such quality that they took a decisive lead by half time before spending the second half successfully defending it.
Redpath did admit, however, that the persistent rain throughout the day had helped matters:
"We knew that the conditions were going to be a leveller and that, if we kept our shape defensively and won the collisions, then we'd create some problems."
"I think it was crucial that we believed in the field position concept by turning them and putting pressure on their back three in the conditions. And we got two tries from that."
"We've had fits and starts all season. We've shown that we can defend really well and also attack very well. But we haven't complemented it enough."
Fly half Nicky Robinson returned to the starting line up having started the Wasps game the week before on the bench and Redpath was quick to praise his contributions:
"Nicky hurt his hamstring after about 25 minutes so he was struggling a little bit with it and it tightened up at half time when he was sitting around for 15 minutes."
"He was very influential. It was his high ball that Tins turned about for the first score and his grubber kick which Eli picked up and he followed up to score."
"There were a lot of good things from Nicky. He has his critics and people who say that he's this and that. But, what he is, is a very talented rugby player. And, when he sticks to that script that we have and plays the game that he's comfortable in, then he's one of the best around."
And, when asked if the win could be a key moment in Gloucester's season, Redpath agreed:
"I'd like to think so. We have an away game next week and then three home games coming up in Rovigo, Harlequins and Leicester. Now, they're going to be huge for us."
"We can take credit as a side but we also have to be harsh on ourselves because we didn't control possession well enough in the last 25 minutes to kick at the right times. Every game you have to learn from."
"I think it was possibly Bath's worst performance of the season so I won't take it out of context. They probably knocked on more than they have in three games."
"So, they'll be hugely disappointed but everybody can beat anyone and our intensity was at the level it should be."