Ramnaresh Sarwan's unbeaten 120 fired West Indies to a seven-wicket victory in their second One-day International against Zimbabwe on Sunday, ensuring the Caribbeans sealed the three-match series 2-0.
Sarwan's 143-ball knock, his highest score in One-day Internationals, drove the hosts past Zimbabwe's 273 with an over to spare in St. George's, Grenada.
Having enjoyed an easy win in the first match on Friday, West Indies were pushed harder by the tourists, who set a challenging total courtesy of batsman Craig Ervine's 80 runs and Hamilton Masakadza's 60.
West Indies skipper Dwayne Bravo took 6-43 with a lively 10 overs of medium-fast bowling, before Sarwan and Kieran Powell put the home side off to a flying start with 111 for the first wicket.
Powell was out edging Masakadza to wicketkeeper Brendan Taylor in the 26th over and Darren Bravo lasted just two balls, but Narsingh Deonarine steadied the ship with 42 before he was run out.
With 55 runs needed off the final 40 balls, big-hitting Kieron Pollard blasted four fours and two sixes in a breathless knock of 41 from 20 balls to reel in the total and make a dead rubber of Tuesday's final match.
The two teams will play a pair of Twenty20 fixtures in Antigua before tests in Barbados and Dominica.
V Sibanda b DJ Bravo 51, CJ Chibhabha b Narine 11, H Masakadza c Narine b DJ Bravo 60, BRM Taylor lbw b DJ Bravo 0, CR Ervine b DJ Bravo 80, MN Waller b Roach 26, RW Chakabva c Pollard b DJ Bravo 15, P Utseya n.o. 12, KM Jarvis c DM Bravo b DJ Bravo 1, N Mushangwe n.o. 0.
Total: (8 wickets; 50 overs) 273
Fall of wickets: 1-39, 2-76, 3-76, 4-186, 5-232, 6-241, 7-268, 8-271.
Bowling: KAJ Roach 63-1, TL Best 53-0, AD Russell 29-0, SP Narine 55-1, DJ Bravo 43-6, KA Pollard 15-0, N Deonarine 11-0.
KOA Powell c Taylor b Masakadza 57, RR Sarwan n.o. 120, DM Bravo c Taylor b Masakadza 0, N Deonarine run out (Utseya) 42, KA Pollard n.o. 41.
Total: (3 wickets; 49 overs) 274
Fall of wickets: 1-111, 2-111, 3-219
Bowling: KM Jarvis 55-0, TL Chatara 64-0, CJ Chibhabha 25-0, P Utseya 54-0, H Masakadza 27-2, N Mushangwe 47-0.