Scotland beat Kenya by 152 runs in their ICC Intercontinental Cup clash at Mannofield Park, Aberdeen.
The home side had gone into day three leading by 260 runs and with six wickets remaining in their second innings.
Their second innings saw them extend that lead to 341 with Ewan Chalmers making it to 106 - his maiden first-class century - before falling to the Hiren Varaiya and Irfan Karim combination which took four Scottish wickets.
Gordon Goudie hit 21 off 29 balls, with two sixes, before James Ngoche claimed the final three wickets as Scotland finished 230 all out.
Kenya went in to bat for the second time looking to improve on the 101 they mustered in the first innings.
Captain Collins Obuya managed to make it to 91 but Kenya could only reach 189 all out and Scotland completed victory to earn a 20-point haul.