Gloucester came back from 9-13 down at half time to beat Perpignan at Kingsholm.
Jimmy Cowan and Jonny May scored tries for the Cherry & Whites.
Mike Tindall has signed a new one year contract as player-coach at Gloucester.
The Cherry and Whites have also confirmed a new shirt sponsor for the next three seasons.
The 34-year-old, former England centre, successfully combined the two roles this season, helping the Cherry and Whites qualify for next season's Heineken Cup.
Gloucester and Bath have both had five players named in the England rugby union squad for this summer's tour of Argentina.
Freddie Burns and Billy Twelvetrees lead the Gloucester contingent and are joined by uncapped duo Jonny May and Matt Kvesic, along with number eight Ben Morgan.
New Bath signing Jonathan Joseph is included with rugby league convert Kyle Eastmond and forwards Dave Attwood, Rob Webber and David Wilson.
Former Head Coach of Gloucester Rugby Dean Ryan has been appointed as the new Director of Rugby at Worcester Warriors following the departure of Head Coach Richard Hill.
Ryan spent four successful years at Gloucester and will begin his role as following the final game of the season.
The 46-year-old was part of the Scotland coaching team during this season's Six Nations, where he helped to steer the side to back-to-back victories for the first time in 12 years and, with it, their highest finish for seven years.
During his playing days as a number eight, Ryan won four England caps and enjoyed spells at Saracens, Wasps, Newcastle and Bristol.
In rugby tonight, Gloucester's hopes of reaching the Premiership play-offs suffered a setback as they lost at Sale.
The Cherry and Whites would have moved above Northampton and Harlequins into third place with a victory. But they only had three penalties from Freddie Burns to show for their night's work as they lost by 32 points to nine.
Gloucester lost 31 - 41 at home to reigning champions Biarritz in the quarter-final of the European Challenge Cup.
Gloucester rugby star and former England captain, Mike Tindall, says he is in discussion with the club about extending his contract. The 34 year-old world cup winner signed a one-year contract in the summer to remain with Gloucester as a player and coach for the 2012/2013 season.
He has now told ITV News that he expects a similar extension to be tied up soon.