The West Indies ended their difficult tour on a high note by comfortably beating Australia in the Twenty20 clash at the Gabba on Wednesday night.
Australia, with many first-choice players already in India for the Test series, could only manage 8-164 in reply to the West Indies' 6-191, the hosts going down by 27 runs.
A half-century of 57 from Johnson Charles and a flood of late runs for the tourists helped them post a score that was always going to be difficult to chase.
Australia looked to be in the running in their innings until a steady fall of wickets in the middle overs stifled their efforts.
The in-form duo of Shaun Marsh (21) and Adam Voges (51) found themselves together at the crease in the second over when Aaron Finch (four) played on to his stumps from the bowling of Darren Sammy (1-30).
Voges made getting runs look easy early on, racing to 27 by the end of the fifth over, while Marsh took his time getting settled until cracking a six over backward square in Sammy's third over.
The partnership of 74 was ended when Marsh was run out thanks to sharp fielding from Tino Best.
Voges was also run out in the very next over, as he was caught short trying to sneak a single on a Devon Thomas fumble when the keeper threw down the stumps.
Australia were in trouble at 4-96 when Sunil Narine (2-19) had George Bailey (15) caught off a top edge attempting a sweep.
Brad Haddin (22) was not about to give in without a fight, though, lofting the first three balls of a Narine over for six, four and then six again.
When Haddin was caught by Andre Russell in the deep off the bowling of Kieron Pollard (3-30), Australia's chances of reaching the required total looked slim.
Pollard claimed the wickets of James Faulkner (seven) and Ben Rohrer (16) with consecutive deliveries to all but ensure his side of victory.
Earlier, the West Indies posted an imposing total after electing to bat first.
Chris Gayle (eight) was fortunate not to be gone in the first over, as Brad Haddin spilled a sitter behind the stumps off the bowling of Clint McKay (0-44).
The powerful opener gave a taste of his big-hitting in the next over, pummelling a straight drive for six off Josh Hazelwood (1-36).
He was gone next ball, however, courtesy of a spectacular Nathan Coulter-Nile catch, taken running backwards from mid-on.
The West Indies' other opener, Charles, took charge of the innings, milking Coulter-Nile (1-36) for plenty of runs, and bringing up 50 for his side by advancing down the wicket and smacking a six over mid-on in the eighth over.
Coulter-Nile got some revenge in the 11th over, bowling Charles off an inside edge from a slower ball.
In the 13th over, Darren Bravo (32) was run out after a handy knock when Kieron Pollard scooped the ball just short of a sliding McKay at mid-off.
Both Pollard and Bravo ended up at the bowler's end as McKay tossed the ball to Haddin to complete a simple run out.
James Faulkner (3-28) snared the valuable wickets of Pollard (26), caught on the boundary, and Dwayne Bravo, bowled for 13, in his third over to put an end to a threatening partnership.
Sammy's innings was short, but entertaining.
The West Indies captain smashed Faulkner for two massive sixes before holing out to Shaun Marsh for 20 off seven deliveries.
The total received a massive boost in the final three overs, as 48 runs were added. That was thanks in no small part to Russell, who finished 23 not out batting at number six.