The Australian cricketers have beaten New Zealand by four wickets to win the second one-dayer in Wellington.
Set a sub-par target of 283 for victory after the Black Caps made 281 for nine, Australia reached 283 for six off their 50 overs.
The tourists got off to a flying start with a 122-run partnership for the first wicket, before Usman Khawaja was out for 50.
Four wickets then fell for just 22 runs, but despite finally losing their other opening batsman David Warner for 98, Mitchell Marsh and John Hastings guided their team home with a half-century partnership.
Hastings hit the winning runs with back-to-back fours.
The result squares the series at 1-1 and sets up a decider in Hamilton tomorrow.
The New Zealanders were struggling to make inroads into the Australians' top order before those four wickets fell before the halfway stage, and at 144 for four, suddenly the hosts had a chance.
First, the dangerously in-form Khawaja was caught and bowled by Mitchell Santner for 50.
Then Matt Henry took two wickets in two balls. First the Cantabrian removed the Australian captain Steve Smith for just two, to an outstanding diving catch by wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi.
Next ball Henry bowled George Bailey for a golden duck.
Trent Boult then chimed in by bowling Glenn Maxwell soon after, the all-rounder playing onto his own stumps to depart for six.
And Warner was still looking well in control on 98 before he was given not out on a decent lbw shout. So New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum reviewed the decision and it was overturned, stranding the powerful little opener just short of his century, and handing Santner his second wicket.
Adam Milne got in on the action with a blinder of a catch right on the boundary at full stretch to dismiss Matthew Wade for two.
But that was it as Marsh finished on 69 not out with Hastings on 48.
Total just not enough for New Zealand
The tourists needed just 282 at 5.64 runs an over to win at Westpac Stadium after the Black Caps won the toss and lost regular wickets.
McCullum made 28 before he was first to go, Martin Guptill also holed out for 31, while Henry Nicholls hit just four.
The hosts were 205 for seven after Grant Elliott fell for 32, Luke Ronchi 19 and Corey Anderson 16 - then Mitchell Santner and Adam Milne came to the rescue.
The pair put on a crucial partnership of 61 for the eighth wicket, before Milne was out for 36 with just over two overs remaining.
Santner stayed til the end with an excellent 45 not out, after Matt Henry was bowled for a duck. Trent Boult was two not out at the change of innings.
Kane Williamson top-scored with 60.
Josh Hazlewood was the pick of the Australian bowlers with three wickets for 61, though Mitchell Marsh was the most economical with two for 30.
Debutant Adam Zampa took two for 57, including the key wicket of Williamson.