Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill hit ages and shared an opening position of 212 points as India beat New Zealand in the third one-day international.
The win means India win the series 3-0 and top the ODI world rankings.
Captain Rohit scored 101 from 85 and Gill 112 from 78 as India went 385-9 in the 90-point win at Indore.
Fly-half Devon Conway hit 138 balls from 100 in response before New Zealand’s pursuit slipped away and the Black Caps were knocked out for 295 balls in 41.2 overs.
Despite losing Finn Allen on the second ball of their inning, the Tourists were well placed at 184-2 after 25 overs on flat ground.
But setter Shardul Thakur fired Daryl Mitchell and Tom Latham in back-to-back balls, first Mitchell for 24, then captain Latham for a first-ball duck, and from there India wrapped up a comfortable win.
New Zealand started the series top of the International Cricket Council’s ODI rankings, but were replaced by England after losing in the second ODI.
India’s clean sweep means they are now in first place, nine months away from a World Cup on home soil.
Gill’s century followed his superb 208 in the first ODI and helped India to their fourth score of 340 this month.
They also beat Sri Lanka 3-0 earlier in January.