The All Blacks will play the Barbarians at Twickenham later this year after plans for England to play the world champions failed to come to fruition.
Eddie Jones' Six Nations champions had hoped to play the All Blacks in a hastily-arranged November Test.
But the Barbarians, an invitational side, has received Rugby Football Union approval to play New Zealand at the venue where they retained the world title in October 2015.
The Barbarians said in a statement "the Barbarian FC today received approval from the RFU to stage the Barbarians v New Zealand match....replacing a Barbarians v Australia match previously approved."
New Zealand Rugby boss Steve Tew reportedly insisted to his Rugby Football Union counterparts that the All Blacks play the invitational match.
The match against the Barbarians will be followed by Tests against France, Scotland and Wales on New Zealand's northern tour.
England's record-equalling 18 straight Test wins was brought to an end by Ireland in last week's Six Nations clash.
New Zealand and England are scheduled to play one another next year.