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New Zealand won the one-off T20I after routing Sri Lanka in Tests and ODIs.
Brendon McCullum couldn't quite cling on to the ball but saved five runs for his team.
New Zealand secured an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series.
Chasing a target of 372, Sri Lanka were bundled out for 326 with six balls remaining.
Jimmy Neesham blasted five sixes in the 49th over as New Zealand posted 371/7, their seventh highest ODI score of all time.
Sri Lanka resumed Sunday on 231 for six before being bundled out for 236.
After rain ensured a drawn first Test in Wellington, a win in the Christchurch decider would give New Zealand a fourth consecutive series win.
Henry Nicholls remained unbeaten on 162 as New Zealand declared on 585 for four in the second innings.
Trent Boult produced a masterclass, taking six wickets in 15 deliveries.
Trent Boult finished with 6/30 from 15 overs, achieving his best figures in a Test innings.
At stumps, Sri Lanka were 88 for four in reply with Angelo Mathews not out 27 and Roshen Silva on 15.
The duo of Angelo Mathews and Kusal Mendis stitched together a 274-run stand taking Sri Lanka out from a precarious situation.
Virat Kohli is in danger of losing his number-one Test ranking that he has held since the Edgbaston Test against England in August.
India A won the third and final match by a convincing 75-run margin.
Manish Pandey's unbeaten 111-run knock propelled India A to a five-wicket win. India A now have an unassailable lead of 2-0 in the three-match series.
Pakistan started the Test series against New Zealand in sixth spot but dropped one place after suffering a 1-2 loss.