Pakistan beat ICC World Twenty20 champions West Indies for the second time in as many days to clinch the two-match T20 series 2-0 at Arnos Vale, St Vincent.
After edging a nail-biting opening match by two-wickets on Saturday, Pakistan produced a disciplined bowling display to defend 135-7 and prevail by 11 runs in the final match of the West Indian summer.
An unbeaten 46 from Umar Akmal proved the difference in a low-scoring contest after Mohammad Hafeez had won the toss and opted to bat first.
Hafeez fell cheaply to Samuel Badree but fellow opener Ahmed Shehzad held firm with 44 from 46 balls.
Sunil Narine (3-26) claimed three wickets to strangle the middle order, however Akmal's late cameo boosted Pakistan towards a competitive total.
West Indies suffered a disastrous start in reply, losing openers Chris Gayle and Johnson Charles, as well as Marlon Samuels inside 19 balls with only four runs on the board.
Dwayne Bravo (35) and Kieron Pollard (23) reignited home hopes of victory after Narine's lively knock of 28, however left-armer Zulfiqur Babar dismissed both to swing the match firmly in Pakistan's favour.
Pollard smashed Babar for 20 from the first four balls of the 17th over, however the spinner came back well and removed the powerful all-rounder and Bravo in successive balls with catches taken in the deep.
Pakistan, who are up to second in the ICC Twenty20 world rankings following the 2-0 series win, will now return home having won the preceding five-match ODI contest 3-1.