Conference A leaders Glasgow arrived in Port Elizabeth with three wins out of three, but suffered a 38-28 defeat at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium after finding themselves 31-0 down early in the second half.
Du Toit touched crossed the whitewash in both halves, while Yaw Penxe, Rudi van Rooyen and Harlon Klaasen also dotted down in a first win of the season for the South African outfit.
Masixole Banda finished with a 13-point haul as the Kings pulled off a surprise win, with tries from Nick Grigg, DTH van der Merwe and Fraser Brown in vain for the Warriors.
The @SouthernKingsSA have their first win of the season and they got there in style! ??
— PRO14 RUGBY (@PRO14Official) September 22, 2018
Leinster top Conference B following a 31-7 bonus-point drubbing of Edinburgh in captain Johnny Sexton’s 150th appearance for the champions.
Ireland fly-half Sexton marked the occasion by scoring one of five tries – three of which he converted – for Leo Cullen’s rampant side, with Pierre Schoeman sent off for an Edinburgh side that sit bottom after he was deemed to have led with his elbow running into contact.
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