With Wales Sevens internationals Rhys Shellard, Owen Jenkins and Alex Webber in their ranks, the Sardis Road club were always going to be one of the favourites for the competition.
And after wins over Neath, Wales Students and Aberavon had taken them to the final, they really turned on the style to be crowned champions.
Llandovery had certainly impressed in the tournament themselves, Lee Rees their inspiration. But they were no match for Pontypridd in the final as Dale McIntosh's men served notice of their intentions for the season ahead.
Geraint Walsh and Dafydd Lockyer crossed for a pair of tries each with Webber, who was named man of the tournament for his electric performances throughout the day, scoring on the half time whistle.
Tom Williams had got things started with Shellard, Lloyd Williams and Dai Flanagan adding further tries.
The win capped a hugely successful day at Cardiff Arms Park, more than 2,000 spectators enjoying a feast of running rugby on the new 4G surface.
Gethin Watts, WRU National Performance Manager said: "Today has been a fantastic success for the inaugural Foster's National Sevens, both for the quality of rugby it has produced and the level of support it attracted.
"It is certainly a great starting point for the tournament to grow year on year."
Pontypridd had undergone their toughest test in a quarter-final with Wales Students, a team who had themselves demolished Carmarthen Quins. But from then on, the defending Principality Premiership champions looked a class apart.
On the other side of the draw, Llandovery edged home outfit Cardiff 19-15 in the quarter-finals before seeing off RGC 1404 in the last four. That the north Wales outfit got that far in itself was remarkable, given that travel problems forced them to use a replacement bus as a changing room ahead of their first game.
Elsewhere, Bedwas emerged as Plate champions in a thrilling final against Swansea.
After a 26-19 defeat to Aberavon in the main competition, the Gwent side hit a good run of form with wins over Cross Keys and Carmarthen Quins seeing them into the final.
Swansea had earlier seen off Ebbw Vale and Newport to set up a meeting with Bedwas but they fell just short.
It had been nip and tuck for most of the match but a try from Bedwas' Aaron Harries proved crucial as they took home some silverware.