New Zealand moved into an unassailable 2-0 lead in the one-day series with Bangladesh with a dominant 102-run victory in Napier.
Jamie How, Peter Fulton and Jacob Oram all posted half-centuries as New Zealand made 335-5 from their 50 overs.
That total was well beyond the Tigers, who reached 181-6 after 43 overs when the rain came in to bring an early end to proceedings.
Kyle Mills led the Kiwi attack with 4-40 as they followed up their Boxing Day win in Auckland with an impressive all-round display at McLean Park.
After making slow progress in their run chase in the series opener, New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori opted to give his batsmen the chance to have first use of a flat pitch when he won the toss.
His decision turned out to be a wise one as the top order tore the Tigers apart, openers How and Brendon McCullum putting on 82 inside 14 overs.
Fulton continued the carnage when he came in at the fall of the first wicket, making use of the power-play overs to finish with a top score of 83.
How eventually fell in the 23rd over when he was trapped in front for 74 off just 77 balls, ending a second-wicket partnership with Fulton worth 65.
Scott Styris came in and hit a quick-fire 41 though his efforts were beaten by Oram, who hit four fours and the same number of sixes in his 31-ball 55 before he was dismissed off the final ball of the innings.
Bangladesh's pursuit of such a massive target got off to a steady start as opening duo Tamim Iqbal and Junaid Siddique shared a stand of 63.
However, Mills put the Kiwis on course for a comfortable afternoon in the field by picking up three quick wickets.
The seamer struck twice in one over, firstly getting Siddique to mis-hit a pull to substitute fielder Jeetan Patel and then having Tamim (43) caught behind.
Mohammad Ashraful was dismissed in Mills' next over and he claimed his fourth victim of the day when he removed Shakib Al Hasan in the 36th over.
Aftab Ahmed continued to fight a lone hand as wickets tumbled, hitting five fours and a six in his 54 before falling to a superb catch in the deep by Oram.
Soon after Bangladesh lost their sixth wicket the heavens opened, New Zealand winning handsomely on the Duckworth-Lewis method. The two teams meet in the final match of the series on December 31 in Queenstown.