England took just 30 minutes on the fourth day to complete a 192-run victory over a Cricket Australia XI in their pink-ball Ashes warm-up match at Adelaide Oval.
Craig Overton finished with 3-15 and James Anderson 3-12 as the hosts were bowled out for 75 in their second innings - Overton taking the first wicket of the morning before Anderson picked up the final two.
Matt Short (28) and Gurinder Sandhu (17) had held England up the previous evening, lifting the Cricket Australia XI from 25-7 to 70-7 by stumps, but their stand was ended in the first over on Saturday when Overton bowled Short on the pull.
Anderson - named England's Ashes vice-captain on Friday - pinned Sandhu lbw three overs later with the score still on 70, before forcing last man Daniel Fallins (1) to snick to Alastair Cook at slip.
Jackson Coleman (4no) was left unbeaten as the CA XI were shot out in 40.2 overs - Chris Woakes (4-17) having taken four wickets on day three, including three in his first four overs.
England play one further four-day warm-up match - against the same opposition in Townsville from Wednesday - before the first Ashes Test against Australia at The Gabba in Brisbane from November 23.
England seamer Overton hopes he has done enough to earn a starting spot against Australia, especially with fellow paceman Jake Ball currently nursing an ankle injury.
"I'd like to think [I'm in contention] but I've still got a bit of work to do," he said. "I'm getting there, it's just finding that rhythm."
"There's always massive pressure on the bowling unit anyway - even if we had everyone fully fit. The people who are fit are going to have to step forward.
"Second innings (with the bat), it didn't quite go to plan under the lights and overcast skies for but the way we bowled [on Friday] showed what you can do with the pink ball. To come back in the morning and finish it off pretty quickly was nice.
"They were decent, so it was a nice run out for us. You'd obviously like to face a bit quicker bowling, the sort that we will face in the Test matches but you just have to take it as it comes."