England Women have regained the Ashes with a five-wicket defeat of Australia in the second Twenty20 international at Southampton.
England were set 128 to win after Australia finished their innings on 127-7, opener Mag Lanning top-scoring for the tourists with 60 from 53 balls.
England struggled initially in their response, dropping to 9-3 at one stage, but Charlotte Edwards (24) inspired a recovery before Lydia Greenway guided the hosts to a remarkable victory with an over to spare.
Victory was England's fourth in a row in the innovative series - when points have been awarded for each win - after the only Test was drawn and Australia won the opening One-Day International.
England's chase immediately hit rocky ground as Heather Knight missed a Julie Hunter straight ball before Sarah Taylor was the first of two Sarah Coyte wickets in as many balls.
Taylor, who hit 77 in the first Twenty20, thumped a straight drive that Coyte somehow held onto with one hand before Danielle Wyatt was bowled next ball.
Greenway should have soon followed when she ran down the wicket and missed a swipe at Erin Osborne, only for wicketkeeper Jodie Fields to miss the ball.
It proved a decisive moment as Greenway took over, with the deftness of her angled shots behind the wicket the feature, in an Ashes-winning innings.
Australia had earlier built their target around opener Lanning's 53-ball 60.
The right-hander brought up her half-century by lifting Jenny Gunn over the square leg rope, but was unluckily run out at the non-striker's end when Holly Colvin deflected Alex Blackwell's straight drive onto the stumps with the opener out of her crease.
England then applied the clamps in the final stages, claiming a team hat-trick from the first three balls of the last over.
Danielle Hazell had Blackwell caught in the deep before Fields was run out attempting a second.
Osborne then walked in front of a straight one to leave Hazell with the impressive figures of 2-11 from her four overs.