Rob Kearney appeared to knock the ball on five minutes in in a challenge with Anthony Watson before Garry Ringrose grounded it. Jacob Stockdale completed the opening period by taking Conor Murray's slick pass, kicking into England's 22 and overtaking Mike Brown before kneeing the ball over the line and touching it down just before it went dead to set a new record of seven tries in a Six Nations campaign.
England rung the changes with most notably Danny Care and George Ford introduced and the pair combined with Owen Farrell to release Daly on the left wing the and Wasps flyer ran in their second try of the match.
The home side then proceeded to hammer away at the Ireland line for 18 phases but the visitors' defence was resolute and England's attack was ended when Daly was pinged for a neck roll on Kearney.
A brace from Elliot Daly and Jonny May's try with the clock in the red at the end of the game brought only faint consolation for the home side.
Farrell, however, missed the conversion.
A mention too for Stockdale.
Ireland made it 14-0 in the 24th minute.
And just as they did against Italy, Wales and Scotland, Ireland struck on the stroke of half-time as Stockdale broke the record for tries in a single Six Nations by brilliantly pouncing after he had kneed his own chip ahead. Ireland could hold out for only so long and eventually England were over for their first try of the match.
Suspected Palestinian car-ramming kills 2 Israelis in WBank: radio
Rights groups have in the past denounced measures taken against families of Palestinian attackers as "collective punishment". More than 30 Palestinians and four Israelis have been killed in violence since Mr Trump's declaration, AFP reported.
Things were already going against England, Maro Itoje gave away a silly penalty, their lineout wouldn't step off the mark and referee Angus Gardner gave Ireland a free-kick and when Farrell tried to clear his lines the ball came back off James Haskell's head. They have just beaten an English team that have gone on a long awesome run.
Repeated infringements from Ireland at maul time eventually saw Peter O'Mahony sin-binned, but England skipper Dylan Hartley overthrew the very next lineout with Ireland down to 14.
With Sexton off the field with a blood injury, Joey Carbery converted to give Ireland a commanding 16-point lead.
Ireland forced a penalty from the resultant scrum to relieve the pressure but a truck-and-trailer penalty spoiled the opportunity.
England started the second half superbly and but for an exceptional tap tackle by Earls on Daly four minutes in, the winger would have been in for his second try.
Exactly 60 minutes in, Conor Murray scored the first three points of the second half with a attractive kick, bringing Ireland to 24 points, but mere minutes later, England pushed back with a neat try, raising their score for the game to 10 and regaining possession.
The hosts looked short of ideas until Daly took a superb one-handed offload from Mike Brown to round off a well-worked move 15 minutes from time, Farrell again unable to convert.