Mount Maunganui, New Zealand: New Zealand beat the West Indies by 119 runs in the third and final Twenty20 in Mount Maunganui on Wednesday to sweep the series.
Colin Munro, with 104, became the first player to make three centuries in international Twenty20 cricket as New Zealand posted 243 for five.
Munro, with previous centuries against India and Bangladesh, moves ahead of four players, including the West Indies' Chris Gayle, on two T20 centuries.
His rollicking 104 off 53 deliveries included 10 sixes and three fours.
The West Indies in reply made 124 for nine in 16.3 overs, with Shai Hope injured during the New Zealand innings and unable to bat.