Durham set up a potential LV= County Championship title decider with Yorkshire next week as they moved into second place with an easy innings and 144-run win at home to Surrey.
Resuming on 52-3, Surrey were bowled out for just 169 second time around as Durham registered a comprehensive victory - earning them 23 points - despite the best efforts of Hashim Amla.
Amla scored more than half his side's runs as he contributed a dashing 89, but once he departed there was precious little resistance from his Surrey team-mates as Mark Wood finished with career-best figures of 5-44.
Wood took three wickets in four balls either side of the lunch interval, while five successive batsmen fell to catches by wicketkeeper Phil Mustard.
Amla was on a different planet from his team-mates, scoring his runs off 110 balls with 13 fours. Only Chris Rushworth troubled the South African, having a good shout for lbw turned down with the batsman on 48 and beating him on 85.
It was Rushworth who eventually picked him up, Mustard taking a one-handed catch high to his right after Amla had slashed at a wide one.
That made it 137-5, then off the last two balls before lunch Steve Davies (25) and Gareth Batty both edged to Mustard off Wood. Gary Wilson survived the hat-trick ball afterwards but then drove wide of off stump and gave the wicketkeeper a straightforward catch.
Tim Linley was the last man to go as he skied an attempted pull off Wood to give short leg a simple catch and the game was all over at 1.55pm, despite a day being lost to the weather.