Scott Boland fired a maiden three-wicket as Australia closed in on a landslide victory over West Indies in the second Test in Adelaide.
The 33-year-old retired captain Kraigg Brathwaite, Shamarh Brooks and Jermaine Blackwood with his first, third and sixth balls in the second inning.
That left the West Indies 15-3 in their pursuit of a record 497 to tie the series and they were down to 38-4 by the end.
They were knocked out early for 214 before Australia declared 199-6.
West Indies started day three 102-4 in their first innings, but fly-half Tagenarine Chanderpaul ran out without adding to his 47 nights in the first part of the morning, setting the tone for a day during which 16 wickets fell.
Nathan Lyon took 3-57, Mitchell Starc and Michael Neser each finishing with two wickets as the tourists were dismissed 297 behind Australia.
The hosts opted out of the follow-up and hit 199 in 31 overs before declaring. Fly-half Usman Khawaja scored with 45 from 50.
Boland then led the way with 3-9 from his six overs as the bowlers quickly got to work, and the hosts enter day four of the day-night contest needing six more wickets to wrap up a 2- 0 in series.