Marcus North was the surprise bowling hero as Australia completed a 150-run win over Pakistan in the first Test at Lord's.
Pakistan resumed at 114-1 on the fourth morning requiring 440 for victory in the series opener and, despite Salman Butt's 92, never looked likely to pull off what would have been a record run chase.
Off-spinner North, who had taken just one previous five-for during his 11-year first-class career, finished with figures of 6-55, while debut leg-spinner Steve Smith chipped in with 3-51.
Ben Hilfenhaus was the only seam bowler to strike on the fourth day, sparking Pakistan's collapse from 152-1 to 289 all out with the scalp of Azhar Ali.
Ali, on 28 overnight, extended his second-wicket stand with Butt to 102 before Hilfenhaus (1-37) produced a perfectly pitched outswinger to take the edge through to wicketkeeper Tim Paine and send him on his way for 42.
With the pitch offering little to his seam attack, Australia captain Ricky Ponting brought North into the attack after an hour's play.
His reward was immediate, Butt - having advanced serenely to within eight of a century - stumped down the leg-side after overbalancing attempting to work North's first delivery off his legs.
And the part-timer struck again in the final over before lunch, extra bounce undoing Umar Akmal (22), whose attempted cut was edged through to Michael Clarke at slip to reduce Pakistan to 216-4.
The wickets continued to fall after the break, North having Umar Amin (33) brilliantly held by Simon Katich at short-leg and Shahid Afridi (2) caught by Michael Hussey on the midwicket boundary in the same over.
Afridi, leading his country for the first-time in the five-day format, had attempted to heave his fourth ball out of the ground - a plan that unsurprisingly failed.
Kamran Akmal counter-attacked for a short while in the company of Mohammad Aamer, the seventh-wicket duo's partnership of 54, however, merely delayed the inevitable.
Smith bowled Akmal for 46 and North then ensured his name will go up on the new Lord's honours board for neutral Tests by having Aamer (19) held by Hussey to complete his maiden international five-for.
Ponting had declined to take the second new ball, allowing his spin twins to finish the job - Smith accounting for Umar Gul (1) and North rounding off the victory and career-best figures by dismissing Danish Kaneria (2).
The two-match series, which is being held in England due to the uncertain security situation in Pakistan, concludes at Headingley from July 21-25.
Australia have now won their last 13 Tests in a row against Pakistan, a run that dates back to 1999.