Australia cruised to victory over South Africa within two days of the first Test as 19 wickets fell in the day two match in Brisbane.
Resuming at 145-5, Australia were eliminated for 218, before dismissing South Africa for just 99.
Captain Pat Cummins took 5-42 and Mitchell Starc 2-26 to leave Australia with 34 points to win.
The hosts chased their target in 7.5 overs, despite pace setter Kagiso Rabada’s 4-13 on a green pitch.
It is the first two-day test in Australia for 91 years.
In total, the match went 144.3 overs, making it the eighth-shortest finished game in Test history. It is the second shortest since 1935, behind England’s loss to India in Ahmedabad last year.
Travis Head hit a counter-attack 92 from 96 in Australia’s opening innings with 62 from South African wicketkeeper Kyle Verreynne the only other half-century against two high-quality pace attacks.
Proteas skipper Dean Elgar said the pitch did not allow for fair competition between bat and ball.
“It was a challenge for the hitters, no doubt, which is good if it’s a good fight between bat and ball,” the fly-half said.
“But obviously, on the other hand, I don’t see it as a fair contest.”
However, Australian spinner Nathan Lyon said: “Everyone is probably saying it’s probably too much, but it just shows the quality of the bowlers who race here.”