Jonny Bairstow led England to a whitewash of Test world champions New Zealand with a stunning fifty on his Headingley home ground on Monday.
England, set a target of 296 for victory, finished on 296-3 to win the third Test by seven wickets.
Former England captain Joe Root was 86 not out, having started the day on an unbeaten 55 before sharing a partnership of 111 with Yorkshire team-mate Bairstow.
Rain washed out the morning session to leave England, 183-2 overnight, with a nominal 78 overs in which to score the 113 more runs they needed for victory.
But they required just 15.2 overs, with Bairstow ending the match after just over an hour's play Monday with a six over deep midwicket off spinner Michael Bracewell.
Victory gave England a 3-0 clean sweep of New Zealand in their first series under new captain Ben Stokes and red-ball coach Brendon McCullum, a former New Zealand skipper.
England will not have long to rest on their laurels, however, with the Covid-delayed final Test of last year's series against India starting at Edgbaston on Friday.
England 1st Innings 360 (J Bairstow 162, J Overton 97; T Boult 4-104, T Southee 3-100)
New Zealand 2nd Innings 326 (T Blundell 88 no, T Latham 76, D Mitchell 56; J Leach 5-66, M Potts 3-66)
England 2nd Innings 296-3 (J Root 86 no, O Pope 82, J Bairstow 71 no)
Player of the match: Jack Leach (ENG)
England player of the series:
New Zealand player of the series: Daryl Mitchell