Scotland have defeated Italy 33-22 at the Stadio Olimpico in Saturday’s Six Nations clash.
The sun was shining in Rome as Gregor Townsend’s men took the game to the Italians who are still searching for their first victory in the tournament since 2015.
Harris scored two tries, while Johnson, Graham and Hogg got the others for the visitors who won the inaugural Cuttitta Cup after recording a bonus-point victory.
Despite a sticky start the Scots bounced back from the defeats in their last two games against Wales and France to secure the win.
They raced into a 19-10 lead just before half-time and continued their dominance into the second.
They stretched their advantage eight minutes into the second half when a pass from Finn Russell paved the way for Darcy Graham.
Captain Stuart Hogg then added another try in the 61st minute after great work by Ali Price, who was winning his 50th Scotland cap, to set him up.
Two late tries from debutant replacement Ange Capuozzo made the scoreline more respectable for Italy after Braley touched down in the first half.
Scotland are fifth, a point behind Wales in fourth, with France leading the way ahead of Ireland in second and England in third.
The Italians remain bottom of the table.
England play Ireland later on Saturday.