India completed a 5-0 one-day series triumph over New Zealand with an eight-wicket victory in Chennai.
The Black Caps collapsed to 103 all out in 27 overs after opting to bat first on a spin-friendly surface at the MA Chidambaram Stadium.
Spin trio Ravi Ashwin (3-24), Yuvraj Singh (2-5) and Yusuf Pathan (2-11) accounted for seven of the wickets to fall as Scott Styris top scored with 24.
India lost Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli inside the first five overs of their run chase but an unbroken third-wicket stand of 97 between Parthiv Patel (56no) and Yuvraj (42no) took them across the line from the first ball of the 22nd over.
New Zealand's miserable day started in the very first over when opening batsman Martin Guptill (0) was caught behind from Praveen Kumar's fourth delivery without a run on the board.
Kumar's new-ball partner Ashish Nehra (2-34) followed up by removing Brendon McCullum (14) and Ross Taylor (9) in consecutive overs to leave the tourists teetering on 28-3.
Fourth-wicket duo Jamie How and Styris forged the only partnership of note in the innings, putting on 43 in 12.1 overs.
But How's dismissal in the 18th over, bowled for 23 by Yuvraj's left-arm spin, was the start of a meltdown that saw the final seven wickets tumble in the space of 55 balls.
Ashwin bagged three scalps, including Styris, while James Franklin was left stranded on 17 not out as New Zealand slumped to their lowest ever ODI total against India.
The Black Caps briefly looked capable of defending their modest total when off-spinner Nathan McCullum (1-26), opening the bowling, had Gambhir caught behind for a duck with his third delivery.
India's stand-in skipper did not look thrilled with the decision, shaking his head several times on the way back to the pavilion but, with the Indian board still opposed to the use the UDRS, he had no choice but to accept umpire Richard Kettleborough's judgment.
And when New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori (1-30) dismissed Kohli (2) in the fourth over, the hosts were wobbling at 10-2.
But Patel, playing just his second ODI in six years, and Yuvraj counter-attacked to ease any nerves in the home dressing room.
Patel went to his half-century shortly before the run chase was completed, finishing on 56 not out from 70 balls, while Yuvraj contributed an unbeaten 42 from 46 deliveries.