There are 11 Glasgow players in the 28-man Scotland squad that head coach Andy Robinson has taken with him for the tour Down Under that will go head-to-head with Australia at the Ausgrid Stadium a week today.
Munro, who toured the South Seas with Scotland back in 1993, is adamant that the Glasgow boys' winning mentality can underpin a tour that has assumed increasing importance in terms of the impact it could have on the Scots' ranking ahead of the draw for the Rugby World Cup 2015 on December 3.
The Warriors No.2 said: "I think there is a real sense that this could be a breakthrough tour for a lot of the Glasgow boys who are in Australasia with Scotland.
"None of the 11 lads who are out there will be going for anything other than to win.
"That is the Glasgow mentality that has been bred into them over the last couple of seasons.
"They are used to winning and when they lose they don't like it one bit. For me that can be very important for Scotland in a positive sense Down Under.
"You look at Ryan Grant and he is going down there at loose-head and has the chance to make the position his.
"Allan Jacobsen is not there and he is coming to the end of his run as the established Scotland loose-head.
"Ryan and Jon Welsh, who is naturally more of a tight-head, can really make their mark here. But I think this is also a huge chance for the likes of Tom Ryder, who is just an out-and-out winner, and Rob Harley, who has been outstanding for Glasgow this season."
However, there was one omission from the 28 names selected by head coach Robbo that left many stunned – Warriors No.7 Chris Fusaro.
Munro admits his snub has provided mixed blessings.
The Warriors assistant said: "Chris has been absolutely immense for us over the last season and he was gutted at not being on the plane.
"But the flip side of that was that his body was in bits and he needed a rest. I think Glasgow, from a purely selfish point of view, will benefit hugely from him staying at home this summer.
"But one thing you can bank on is that Chris will get his caps next season."
Recalling his own experiences back in 1993, Munro admitted that heat could be the biggest enemy for the tourists.
He said: "Back in '93 we were playing in woollen jerseys and we had to cut the sleeves off.
"But there was just no air and it was like walking into an oven.
"I think that is going to be a big concern for Scotland particularly against Fiji and Samoa.
"I played against Tonga and Samoa but sat out the Fiji game. The Test we lost was the Samoa one and it hurt like hell every time they put one of their big hits in on you.
"But we need wins from the Samoa and Fiji tests in particular if we are to get back up from 12th in the rankings.
"Given that we have both New Zealand and South Africa in the Autumn and the draw for the RWC 2015 comes in December, there is even more importance attached to these two tests and the boys know that."