Dave Kilcoyne has given Munster a boost ahead of Saturday’s Pro 14 meeting with Leinster.
The prop has recovered having missed last week’s win over Connacht.
Jack O’Donoghue, Jean Kleyn and Mike Haley are also available to Johann van Graan.
Joey Carberry has been speaking this week about his own progress with an ankle injury that’s kept him out of action for a considerable time.
Meanwhile, Leinster are hopeful that both James Lowe and Garry Ringrose will be fit for their Covid-rescheduled game at Thomond Park.
There was good news however around Seán Cronin and Ciarán Frawley with both players available for selection this weekend.
Cronin has recovered from his knee injury and is expected to train as normal this week while Frawley has recovered from his hamstring injury and is also expected to train as normal this week.
Garry Ringrose is due to return to training following an injury to his jaw but will require further assessment this week with James Lowe also requiring further assessment this week as he continues to return from a groin injury.
Still out of action for Leinster are Rory O’Loughlin (shoulder), Scott Penny (neck), Conor O’Brien (knee), Tommy O’Brien (ankle), Tadhg Furlong (calf), Max Deegan (knee), Vakh Abdaladze (back) and Adam Byrne (hamstring).
Munster v Leinster kicks off in Thomand Park this Saturday evening from 7.35pm.