Trent Boult completed figures of six for 40 in the West Indies' first innings and then four for 40 in their second to bowl New Zealand to an innings-and-73-run win in the second Test in Wellington.
Replying to the home side's score of 441 all out, the West Indies were dismissed for 193 in their first innings and managed just 175 after being asked to follow on.
Left-armer Boult took five of the six wickets to fall as the West Indies failed to build on their overnight score of 158 for four.
He then played the leading role as their second innings lasted just 54.5 overs allowing New Zealand to complete victory inside three days, which included the entire middle session of day two being washed out.
Resuming in the morning, much rested on Marlon Samuels (60) and Narsingh Deonarine (22) for the tourists but once Samuels was caught behind off Boult and Deonarine was caught by Ross Taylor, their innings fell away rapidly.
As Denesh Ramdin was left stranded at one end, unbeaten on 12, Boult bowled Darren Sammy, Shane Shillingford and Tino Best for ducks and Tim Southee did the same to Shannon Gabriel and the West Indies had lost their last six wickets for just 18 runs.
The reverse swing Boult was able to produce was too much for the West Indians as he took three wickets in four balls to return a new career-best performance.
New Zealand had no hesitation in asking New Zeland to bat again but unlike Dunedin, where they launched a stirring fightback, this time they limped to a crushing defeat.
They started well enough as openers Kieron Powell (36) and Kirk Edwards (35) put on 74 together, successfully negotiating the new ball before things began to unravel dramatically once again.
Southee removed Powell's off stump, Neil Wagner had Dunedin hero Darren Bravo caught behind off a lifting delivery and Kane Williamson brilliantly caught Edwards at gulley off Southee to reduce them to 85 for three.
When Samuels went for 12 it was 94 for four, Deonarine lost his wicket for the same score at 117 for five and there was no way back.
Boult bowled Deonarine, trapped Sammy in front for a second duck, had Best caught by Peter Fulton and ended the game by bowling Gabriel for his haul of four for 40.
Southee finished with three for 24, Wagner two for 67 and Corey Anderson one for 29 as New Zealand completed their first Test win of 2013.
They get a chance to try for their second when the third Test begins in Hamilton on 19th December.
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