In this paper, we carry out an exact outage analysis for a secondary (unlicensed) system operating under a strict primary (licensed) system outage constraint. We focus on single-user singleinput multiple-output (SIMO) secondary communications where the direct link is being assisted by a cluster of single-antenna decodeand-forward (DF) relay nodes acting in a half-duplex selective-andincremental relaying mode. Firstly, we derive a transmit power model for the secondary system where the source and relays adapt their transmit power based on: 1) a perfect acquisition of the underlying interference channel state information (I-CSI), and 2) an interference constraint that is either fixed or proportional to the primary system outage probability. Secondly, the cumulative distribution functions (CDF)s of the received signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) at the secondary receiving nodes are devised in a recursive and tractable closed-form expressions. These statistics are used to derive the exact end-to-end secondary system outage probability. The analytical and simulation results are then compared and interestingly shown to perfectly match, while revealing that with a moderate number of primary and secondary receive antennas, the secondary system spectral efficiency is amply enhanced as opposed to being severely degraded in the single receive antenna case.