South Africa wasted little time in wrapping up a 2-0 series victory over New Zealand with a comprehensive innings and 193-run win in the second Test.
New Zealand lost their last five wickets for just eight runs as the Proteas made devastating use of the new ball on the fourth morning.
Paceman Dale Steyn led the way as New Zealand slumped from 203-5 to 211 in Port Elizabeth.
New Zealand had started the fourth day on 157-4 following on after they had been blown away for just 121 in the first innings.
Dean Brownlie and BJ Watling did their best to resist the South Africa attack but once they departed the tail quickly followed.
Brownlie was first to go for 53, edging Jacques Kallis behind to AB de Villiers, while Colin Munro was dismissed for 15 by Morne Morkel - with Robin Petersen taking the catch.
Steyn then ended Watling's brave knock of 63 before sending Doug Bracewell back to the pavilion for a four-ball duck.
Morkel (2-36) combined with Petersen again to dismiss Trent Boult, while Steyn (3-48) wrapped up the win when he had Neil Wagner caught behind.