Saeed Ajmal finished with 11 wickets in the match as Pakistan completed a 221-run victory over Zimbabwe on the final day of the opening Test in Harare.
Chasing a target of 342, Zimbabwe were all out for 120 with Ajmal taking 4-23 to go with his 7-95 in the first innings.
Ajmal's fellow spinner Abdur Rehman was also among the wickets, claiming 4-36 as Zimbabwe, on 13-1 overnight, collapsed in a heap.
Elton Chigumbura's 28 was the top score of an innings lasting 46.4 overs in total.
The tone for the day was set in the first full over when Hamilton Masakadza (1) fended a short delivery from left-arm paceman Junaid Khan to Azhar Ali in the gully.
Khan (2-20) trapped Vusi Sibanda (6) lbw in his next over to reduce Zimbabwe to 19-3.
Sikandar Raza (24) and Malcolm Waller (17) both fell to left-arm spinner Rehman after a 30-run stand for the fourth wicket.
Chigumbura waged a lone battle with five fours in his 35-ball contribution but he fell to Rehman and the tail subsided quickly.
The concluding Test of the two-match series starts at the same venue on Tuesday.