A collective effort from New Zealand bowlers saw them dismiss West Indies for 203 runs in the final innings on the fourth day to complete a massive 240 run victory in the second Test in Hamilton that completed a 2-0 series whitewash.
After Ross Taylor slammed his 17th century to help New Zealand set a target of 444 runs, West Indies lost two wickets before stumps on day three and were restricted to 30 for two in the second Test in Hamilton.
A combined bowling effort from the New Zealand pacers saw them restrict West Indies to 215 for eight at stumps on day two after the Black Caps went on to post 373 runs in their first innings riding on a 61 run stand for the final wicket in the second Test in Hamilton.
A collective effort from the New Zealand bowlers on day four saw them wrap up West Indies for 319 runs to seal an innings victory in the first Test in Wellington and claim a 1-0 unassailable lead in the two-match series.
Kraigg Brathwaite and Shimron Hetmyer led West Indies' fightback with half-centuries as the visitors posted 214 for two in the second innings at stumps on day three of the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington.
Colin de Grandhomme smashed the third fastest century for New Zealand as they stretched their first innings lead to 313 runs with one wicket in hand at stumps on day two of the first Test against West Indies in Wellington.
Neil Wagner registered his career best figures of 39 for seven as New Zealand bowled out West Indies for just 134 runs in the first innings and knocked down 85 runs off the deficit losing two wickets at stumps on day one of the first Test in Wellington.