Sunrisers Hyderabad made it three wins from three in IPL 11 with an electric fielding and bowling performance paving the way for a five-wicket victory over Kolkata Knight Riders.
Manish Pandey took an excellent diving catch running towards the boundary to dismiss KKR dangerman Andre Russell (9), having earlier completed a superb grab at backward point to get rid of Nitish Rana (14) after the ball had initially popped out of his grasp.
Shakib Al Hasan and Kane Williamson also claimed fine catches - Al Hasan dismissing Kolkata's top scorer Chris Lynn (49) one-handed off his own bowling - as Sunrisers restricted their opponents to 138-8 in Saturday's clash at Eden Gardens.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3-26) was the pick of an impressive bowling unit on his return from injury, though Shakib and towering Australia seamer Billy Stanlake, who found real pace and carry, also starred with two wickets apiece.
Stanlake scored the winning runs from the No 11 berth on Thursday as Sunrisers squeaked to a one-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians, but was not required this time around as Williamson (50) and Shakib (27) broke the back of the chase with a fourth-wicket stand of 59, their dismissals coming too late for Kolkata.
KKR had reached 52-1 from the seven overs before a rain delay, during which Robin Uthappa (3) was given out caught behind to Bhuvneshwar on review, and Rana became the first man in this year's event to hit Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan for six.
However, Pandey's screamer of a catch to oust Rana came in the first over upon the resumption and when Williamson pouched Sunil Narine (9) - who batted at No 4 instead of his usual opening berth - running back from cover, KKR began to slide.
Narine (2-17) gave Kolkata hope with the ball when he accounted for Sunrisers openers Wriddhiman Saha (24) and Shikhar Dhawan (7), while fellow spinner Kuldeep Yadav ensured Pandey (4) made little impact with the bat by trapping him lbw.
Williamson and Shakib eased the nerves - Williamson notching his 18th T20 fifty from 43 balls and Shakib passing 4,000 runs in the format - and even though they fell towards the death, Yusuf Pathan (17no of 7) pulled Russell over deep square for the match-winning six with an over to spare.
There is another IPL double header on Sky Sports Cricket on Sunday - Royal Challengers Bangalore host Rajasthan Royals (11am) before Kings XI Punjab entertain Chennai Super Kings (3pm). Mark Butcher and England batsman Dawid Malan will provide analysis in the Sky Sports studio.