Mahendra Singh Dhoni struck an unbeaten 87 as India completed a come-from-behind series victory with a seven-wicket win over Australia, in the third one-dayer in Melbourne.
Dhoni, 37, shared an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 112 with Kedar Jadhav (61no off 57 balls) to overhaul Australia's 230 all out with four balls to spare.
The successful chase earned India a 2-1 series win, following up their historic first-ever Test series victory in Australia.
The home side failed to bat out their overs after being put in as leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal (6-42) captured the best figures by any bowler in one-day cricket in Australia to restrict the total to 230 off 48.4 overs.
Only Peter Handscomb showed any appreciable fight for Australia with his 58 off 63 balls before he became one of Chahal's victims.
Rohit Sharma (nine) fell early in India's chase but Shikhar Dhawan (23) and Virat Kohli (46) gave Dhoni and Yadav the ideal platform to stage a measured chase.
Dhoni, 37, struck just six boundaries in his 114-ball innings while his partner was more belligerent, finishing with seven fours in a 57-ball knock.