Rain washed out the third limited-overs cricket international between New Zealand and South Africa, leaving the Proteas with a 2-0 series win.
South Africa were 157-3 after 30.4 overs, batting first after New Zealand won the toss, when rain forced the players to retreat to the dressing room at Hamilton's Seddon Park.
Umpires Rod Tucker of Australia and Chris Gaffaney of New Zealand decided around 4pm local time that no further play was possible.
South Africa were still able to provide further evidence of the depth and quality of their batting.
Wicketkeeper and opening batsman Quinton de Kock was 80 not out when play was abandoned and captain AB de Villiers was unbeaten on 33.
South Africa stay top the world one-day cricket rankings ahead of their five-match series with Australia.