The New Zealand cricketers have beaten Zimbabwe by an innings and 301 runs in their one-off test in Napier after bowling the tourists out twice on the third day.
New Zealand declared their first innings closed on 495 for 7 with BJ Watling scoring his maiden test century on Saturday.
They then bowled Zimbabwe out for just 51 in their first innings, the tourists' lowest ever Test total and the lowest ever Test total by any side against the Black Caps.
Following-on Zimbabwe were then bowled out for 143.
Chris Martin took 2 for 5 in the first innings and 6 for 26 in the second.
It is New Zealand's biggest ever winning margin in a test match.
The first one day international is on Friday in Dunedin.