A big opening stand between Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, Virat Kohli's 85 and a late surge from Shardul Thakur and Ravindra Jadeja helped India chase down 316 and win the three-match series against the West Indies 2-1.
The West Indies seemed to have gained the upper hand after dismissing Kohli late in the game, but Thakur came in and turned the game around with the bat to see the hosts home.
India's chase started with yet another strong opening stand between Rahul (77) and Rohit (63). The pair put up 122 runs in just 21.2 overs to put India firmly in the driving seat.
Kohli (85) was nearing another century in a run chase before chopping a rather loose delivery by Keemo Paul on to his stumps, much to the dismay of the capacity crowd at the Barabati Stadium.
Earlier, a late flourish led by captain Kieron Pollard and Nicholas Pooran helped the West Indies set up a competitive target of 316 for India to chase.