Nathan Lyon took six wickets as Australia beat stubborn West Indies by 164 runs in the first Test in Perth.
Setting a record 498 wins, the Tourists started the final day 192-3, needing another 306 wins.
But Lyon retired Kyle Mayers for 10 and beat Kraigg Brathwaite, who picked up 101, for 110 in the first 10 overs.
Roston Chase and Alzarri Joseph battled for an eighth wicket of 82 before spinner Travis Head beat Joseph for 43 to allow Lyon to seal victory.
The off-spinner had Chase caught square-legged deep for 55, sealing his 21st Test at five wickets, and pitched No.11 Kemar Roach for a duck one-ball later to finish with 6-128 in 42.5 overs .
West Indies were all out for 333 in 110.5 overs.
Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood also took a wicket apiece for the hosts, who were hampered by the fact that captain Pat Cummins was unable to play with a quad injury.
Victory was set up by Marnus Labuschagne’s 204 in the first run and 104 steps out in the second.