Rovman Powell starred with bat, ball and in the field as Jamaica Tallawahs beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by eight wickets to move second in the Caribbean Premier League.
Powell (55no off 34) shared an unbroken third-wicket stand of 114 with the recalled Ross Taylor (60no off 41) to ease Jamaica past Guyana's 173-6 with 11 balls remaining.
The 25-year-old had earlier taken the wickets of Guyana top-scorer Jason Mohammed (54 off 33) and Roshon Primus (0) as well as claimed three catches, including a screamer at long-on.
Guyana, who dropped out-of-form skipper Rayad Emrit and handed captaincy duties to Chris Green, are third in the standings, two points behind Jamaica.
However, Amazon Warriors could leapfrog Tallawahs and earn a brisker route to the CPL final if they defeat table toppers Trinbago Knight Riders in the final league fixture of the campaign.
The top two will square off next week with the successful side advancing straight to the final and the loser meeting the winner of the eliminator between the third and fourth-placed teams for the second spot in the showpiece game.
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots will fill the final play-off position, with St Lucia Stars and Barbados Tridents having been eliminated.
Watch Guyana v Trinbago live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10.30pm on Sunday.