It's a good result for a young Gloucester side who featured four players under sixteen years of age which bodes well for the future.
It wasn't straightforward. Gloucester found themselves playing into a strong wind in the first half.
The visitors took full advantage, storming into an 8-0 lead after three minutes from a penalty and a try which resulted from a dropped up and under in the Gloucester 22.
Despite the 15-0 deficit at half time, the mood amongst the squad was calm, with full confidence that they could turn things around. Which they duly did!
Second row Jonny Hill scored from a close range set piece, with Reece Boughton converting before replacement fly half Tiff Eden made an instant impact.
Eden has been out injured for a month with a shoulder injury, but scored a fine individual try shortly after coming on for Billy Burns, and Boughton's second conversion narrowed the gap to 14-15.
The tide had turned and Will Safe added the third try from a catch and drive, before loose head Will Goodrick-Clark broke three tackles and outpaced two chasers to score from 40 metres.
Eden's second try under the posts completed an impressive fightback.
Next up is a tough trip to the Leicester Tigers, but the team will travel full of confidence.
Julian Osbourne; Mark Harrison, Oliver Thorley, Harry Priestner, Jack Lawthom; Billy Burns, Reece Boughton; Will Goodrick-Clark, Ryan Charles, Jack Spencer; Jonny Hill, Simon Linsell; Tom Lushington, Ross Moriarty, Lewis Ludlow
Kieran Routledge, Alex Chalklin, Syd Haskawye, Will Safe, Tyler Jerrum, Ollie Young, Tiff Eden, Will Hayward
Hill, Eden (2), Safe, Goodrick-Clark
Boughton (2), Eden (2)