Exeter Chiefs gave Gloucester their second home defeat of the season when they beat the Cherry & Whites 12-29 at Kingsholm on Sunday.
Gloucester can usually be expected to win at home but they also lost to Sale Sharks last month.
Both teams scored two tries each but the difference was Gareth Steenson's boot as he kicked five penalties and converted both of Exeter's tries.
After a disappointing showing against Leicester, Exeter responded well to that setback, taking a 13-5 half-time lead through Ben White's converted try and Gareth Steenson's two penalties.
Although Martyn Thomas went over for the Cherry and Whites before the break, they were outplayed in the first half.
And Exeter's dominance continued in the second period as Dean Mumm crossed the whitewash and Steenson added a trio of three-pointers to secure their third win of the season.
Jonny May did touch down for a consolation score, but it wasn't enough as they fell to another defeat.
With both teams naturally attacking outfits, the game started with a high tempo but mistakes and solid defence prevented the sides from creating any significant chances in the opening quarter.
Steenson had two early opportunities to open the visitors' account, but his efforts missed the target. However, the fly-half finally rewarded Exeter's territorial superiority by slotting a penalty from out wide.
Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter was furious with their first-half display against Leicester last week and their accuracy was much better this time around.
But there were still lapses in concentration and, when they lost the ball from the restart, a sweeping Gloucester move sent Thomas over.
Nevertheless, it was a far more impressive opening period and a second Steenson three-pointer restored the Sandy Park-based outfit's advantage.
White then touched down for a converted try as Exeter continued to dominate and went into the interval 13-5 ahead.
Steenson extended the Chiefs' lead early in the second half with a penalty before Mumm crossed the whitewash from close range.
However, Gloucester finally built an attacking platform and, after a number of phases, May latched onto Freddie Burns' off-load to give them hope.
But that was distinguished when Exeter's pivot kicked successive three-pointers to seal a surprisingly comfortable victory.
Final Score Gloucester 12 (5) Exeter Chiefs 29 (13)
Tries - Thomas, May
Con - Burns
Tries - White, Mumm
Pen - Steenson 5
Con - Steenson 2
Referee: Matthew Carley (2nd Premiership game)
Assistant Referees: Roy Maybank and Ashley Rowden
TMO: Rowan Kitt.
15 Phil Dollman , 14 Matt Jess , 13 Ian Whitten , 12 Sam Hill , 11 Tom James , 10 Gareth Steenson , 9 Dave Lewis , 8 Dave Ewers , 7 Ben White, 6 Tom Johnson , 5 Damian Welch , 4 Dean Mumm (capt), 3 Hoani Tui , 2 Chris Whitehead ,1 Brett Sturgess
Replacements :16 Jack Yeandle , 17 Ben Moon , 18 Carl Rimmer , 19 Don Armand , 20 Kai Horstmann , 21 Haydn Thomas , 22 Henry Slade , 23 Fetu'u Vainikolo
Martyn Thomas; Charlie Sharples, Mike Tindall, Billy Twelvetrees, James Simpson-Daniel; Freddie Burns, Tavis Knoyle; Yann Thomas, Darren Dawidiuk, Rupert Harden; Tom Savage (capt), James Hudson; Sione Kalamafoni, Matt Kvesic, Ben Morgan
Replacements:Huia Edmonds, Dan Murphy, Shaun Knight, Elliott Stooke, Gareth Evans, Dan Robson, Jonny May, Akapusi Qera