Australia secured a series victory over the West Indies with a commanding 419-point victory in the second day and night Test in Adelaide.
Chasing an unlikely target of 497, the tourists crashed to 77 in the opening session of day four at the Adelaide Oval.
Scott Boland, Michael Neser and Mitchell Starc each took three wickets.
Tagenarine Chanderpaul led the West Indies with 17, with only four other players hitting double digits.
West Indies started the day 38-4 but were regrouped in under 19 overs to seal another crushing defeat after their 164-point defeat in the first Test in Perth.
Australia now head to Brisbane for the first test of their three-game series against South Africa, which begins on Friday.
“Good start to the summer, we have an extra day or two off which is handy. But great individual and team performances. The batters put together both games perfectly,” said bowler Starc.
The defeat marked the end of the tenure of West Indies head coach Phil Simmons, who announced his intention to step down following their exit in the first round of the Twenty20 World Cup in October.