New Zealand's all time leading test rugby points scorer Dan Carter says the All Blacks are looking forward to a well deserved break after completing their third grand slam in five years with the 37-25 win over Wales at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Hosea Gear scored in each half and Mils Muliaina, Isaia Toeava and John Afoa also crossed the line while Lee Byrne scored late for the home side.
Jerome Kaino was named man of the match in his 38th Test.
The victory confirmed the All Blacks as firm favourites to win next years world cup in New Zealand but Carter says the All Blacks are keen to forget about rugby for at least a few weeks.
The All Blacks' all-time winning record is now 75 percent.