Keshav Maharaj scripted history on Monday when he picked a hat-trick in South Africa's 158-run victory over the West Indies in the second Test. The big win at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in Gros Islet resulted in Proteas' 2-0 clean sweep in the series.
Beginning the day on 15-0 while chasing, West Indies tired putting up a fight as they were 107-0 at one stage after lunch.
Then, left-arm spinner Maharaj claimed a hat-trick as he ended with 5/36 off 17.3 overs. He became only the second South African to perform the feat in Test history.
Left-hander Kieran Powell defied the South African bowling for two-and-a-half hours to top score with 51 runs, which included nine boundaries, but could not save his team from a defeat.
Powell fell when he tried to launch Maharaj into the on-side but was caught by Anrich Nortje on the midwicket boundary. Next ball, the world's top-ranked Test all-rounder, Jason Holder, was caught at short-leg by Keegan Petersen.
This was followed by Joshua da Silva, who was caught at slip by Wiaan Mulder off Maharaj for a duck.
Rabada then accounted for Shai Hope and had Kyle Mayers (34) to end with five wickets in the match, which helped him secure the Player-of-the-Match award.
The teams will now travel to Grenada for the five-match T20I series, starting on June 26 at the National Stadium.
(With inputs from IANS).