Perhaps fittingly, Saturday's success came on the day that the Millennium Stadium played host to its 100th Wales Test since the venue was officially opened with a 29-19 win over South Africa back in June 1999.
Here's a look at the stats that tumbled in the tournament finale as this current crop of Wales stars went about writing their own chapter in the history books…
WELSH RECORDS IN THE 100TH WALES TEST AT THE MILLENNIUM STADIUM
CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS (1883-2014)
Most points in a Championship match - 51, previous best was 49 v France in the 5N in 1910
Biggest winning margin - 48, previous best was 39 v Italy in the 6N in 2008
6 NATIONS RECORDS (2000-2014)
Most Tries in a match - 7, previous best was 6 v Italy in 2004 and 2005 and Scotland in 2005
Most Points in a match - 51, previous best was 46 in 2005
Biggest winning margin - 48, previous best was 25 in 1924
Most tries in the 6 Nations - 7, previous best was 6 in 2005 but Wales scored 8 in 1911
It was Scotland's heaviest defeat in 6 Nations history, both in terms of points conceded and margin of defeat.
Their previous worsts were 46 points conceded v Wales in 2005 and France in 2007 and a 40-point margin v England in 2001 (43-3).
Did you know?
Wales have won 12 of their last 15 games in the RBS 6 Nations and kept their line intact on 9 occasions (v France in 2012/13/14, v It 2012/13, v Eng 2012/13, v Sco 2013/14)
Saturday's victory was Wales' seventh in a row against Scotland and their 11th in their last 12 games against them. Wales last lost to the Scots at Murrayfield in 2007.