New Zealand sealed a 2-0 series victory over the Windies as they won the second Test by a convincing 240 runs.
Trent Boult and Neil Wagner struck early on the fourth morning to remove the visitors' captain Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope respectively.
Batsman Sunil Ambris was forced to retire hurt after a short delivery from Wagner struck the 24-year-old's arm, breaking it in the process.
A half-century from Roston Chase proved to the be the highlight of the tourists' second innings as spinner Mitchell Santner claimed two wickets in two balls to wrap up the win.
The Test proved a memorable one for former captain Ross Taylor, who scored a record-equalling 17th Test ton for New Zealand on the third day.
Both sides will now contest a three match one-day international series before competing in three T20I games.
Watch the first ODI between New Zealand and Windies from 9.55pm on Wednesday, December 20 on Sky Sports Cricket (404).