West Indian Dwayne Bravo starred with bat and ball to inspire Melbourne Renegades to a one-run triumph against Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League.
Bravo crushed 47 from 33 balls in the Renegades' 155-6 at Adelaide Oval, then claimed two key wickets as the Strikers mustered 154-7 in reply.
Bravo helped derail Adelaide's run chase, removing dangerous Englishman Alex Hales (32 from 25 balls) and captain Johan Botha for a duck three balls later.
The Windies' stalwart sent down eight dot balls from his initial 10 deliveries, a span which returned two wickets for two runs.
Bravo's first victim with the ball was Adelaide's English import Hales, whose lacklustre BBL campaign ended in disappointing fashion.
The Englishman's failures mirrored that of his Adelaide outfit, who have never made the finals in three BBL tournaments.
The Renegades will also miss this year's finals despite Bravo's heroics.
Openers Michael Hill (30 from 24 deliveries) and Dan Harris (31 from 32 balls) built a solid platform with a 63-run opening stand.
Bravo and Ben Rohrer (30 from 24 balls) cashed in, reaching a half-century partnership from just 34 deliveries.
Adelaide spinner Jon Holland was the pick of their bowlers with 19-2 from four overs while pacemen Shaun Tait and Kane Richardson took two wickets apiece.