Australia bowled out West Indies for 257 to secure a 17-run victory and a 5-0 whitewash in their one-day international series on Sunday, thanks to a century from stand-in Adam Voges.
The West Indian opener struck a boundary to bring up his 100 off 120 balls, including eight fours and a six.
But he fell next ball, caught by Ben Cutting at square leg playing a poor shot to Clint McKay. He had ridden his luck, surviving two dropped catches and two television reviews.
After that wickets fell regularly as the required run rate soared and the West Indies were forced to hit out.
Captain Darren Sammy had a late chance to guide the tourists to the target but he was caught behind by Brad Haddin off McKay for 23 off 18 balls.
West Indies still needed 18 runs off five balls and it proved too much.