The West Indies did well with the new ball after the rain-affected first cricket Test finally got going on day three, knocking New Zealand over for 365 in Dunedin.
The West Indies had the better of the afternoon session, collecting three wickets with the new ball by the tea break, after the morning session was called off due to a wet University Oval outfield.
Rain washed out all play on Friday and play only began mid-afternoon.
Ian O'Brien was the last wicket to fall, caught out for four - leaving Mark Gillespie not out for 16.
Earlier Kyle Mills became the second batsman ever to be dismissed under the new video referral system in New Zealand when he was adjudged lbw for 12.
Captain Daniel Vettori was caught for 30 by Xavier Marshall from the bowling of Daren Powell.
Jesse Ryder went well before just missing out on a century, caught for 89 by Shivnarine Chanderpaul off the bowling of Powell.
Ryder had already survived a dropped catch and an early lbw appeal to the video referee.
He brought up the 50 partnership with Brendon McCullum, before McCullum went for 25, caught out after edging a ball from the bowler Jerome Taylor to the wicketkeeper.
James Franklin then came in and stood on his own stumps from the bowling of Fidel Edwards, out for 7.
A draw looks like the most likely scenario.
Near stumps the visitors were three for no loss.