Adam Zampa's double-wicket-maiden helped Australia complete a historic comeback as they beat India by 35 runs in Delhi to win their five-match ODI series 3-2.
Australia lost the opening two games, but Wednesday's triumph rounded off a stunning turnaround and ensured they won a bilateral ODI series of at least five matches from 2-0 down for the first time.
Usman Khawaja's rich vein of form continued with his second ODI century as Australia amassed 272-9 from their 50 overs, the opener's 106-ball 100 key for the tourists as only Peter Handscomb (52) joined him in passing 30.
India's reply struggled for momentum as Australia's seam attack kept things tight early on, but it was a sensational set of six from Zampa (3-46 from 10 overs) that really damaged the hosts.
Having removed top-scorer Rohit Sharma (56) at the start of the 29th over, Zampa had Ravindra Jadeja stumped three balls later to leave India in deep trouble at 132-6.
Kedar Jadhav (44) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (46) threatened to deny Australia with a 91-run partnership, but Pat Cummins and Jhye Richardson removed them in successive balls and India ultimately fell some way short on 237 all out, losing their last wicket to the final ball of the innings.
India's chase looked in good shape early on as they kept pace with Australia's scoring rate, the sides separated by one run at the 15-over mark.
The departure of Virat Kohli proved key – as it often does – as Marcus Stoinis got some extra bounce to remove the India captain, who top-edged to Alex Carey for 20.
India slowly began to fall behind the run-rate as Rishabh Pant, Vijay Shankar and the normally prolific Rohit got bogged down against tight Australian bowling.
Zampa's wonderful over just after the midway point proved crucial as two key India batsmen were removed, Rohit and Jadeja both stumped by Carey.
That put Australia firmly in the driving seat and, although Jadhav and Bhuvneshwar kept India's hopes alive with some late hitting, the tourists' quicks returned to wrap things up, building on the excellent work of Khawaja earlier in the day.
The opener has been sensational in Australia's fightback, adding 91 to his maiden century in Ranchi before Wednesday's hundred.
Ten fours and two maximums helped him get to three figures in 102 balls on this occasion, Khawaja leading from the front with quality shots on both sides of the wicket.
After Aaron Finch had departed for 27, Handscomb helped build a third-wicket stand of 99 with Khawaja, the pair's efforts crucial in getting Australia to what proved a match-winning total.
The likes of Glenn Maxwell, Stoinis and Ashton Turner all failed to deliver significant innings with the bat, but it mattered little as the bowlers turned on the style to seal Australia's first series win in India since 2009.