England clinched the one-day series against West Indies with a 25-run victory in the third and final match at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Joe Root registered his maiden one-day century and Jos Buttler made 99 as England amassed 303-6 - a total that proved beyond the hosts despite the best efforts of Denesh Ramdin.
The wicketkeeper-batsman made history with a hundred of his own, becoming the first West Indies gloveman to reach three figures in the 50-over format to make 128 out of a total of 278.
In the end England made rather heavy weather of getting over the line. Still, the 175-run partnership between Root and Buttler had given them plenty of runs to play with.
Moeen Ali (55) made his first half-century in international cricket, but when his departure was quickly followed by that of the fit-again Eoin Morgan, England were wobbling a little at 116-4 having lost a pair of wickets in quick succession for a second time in the match.
Michael Lumb (20) and Ben Stokes, who failed to trouble the scorers in his briefest of stays in the middle, fell in successive balls to Dwayne Bravo, but Root combined with Moeen in a third-wicket stand of 78 either side of a 30-minute break for rain.
Before the heavens opened the young Yorkshireman took a nasty blow on his right thumb, and it was clear he was still suffering some discomfort from the injury during his innings. Yet he defied the pain to reach three figures in 50-over cricket for the first time for his country, his excellent knock - one that included a close review for lbw off Sunil Narine - containing seven fours.
Buttler was unsurprisingly more brutal during the partnership. He too had to come out on the right side of a DRS call, having initially been given out caught behind off Marlon Samuels for 22.
The wicketkeeper-batsman made the most of the reprieve through the aid of technology to blast four sixes and seven fours, only to miss out on reaching three figures by the smallest possible margin when he chipped up a return catch to seamer Ravi Rampaul in the last over.
By that stage Root had already departed, his attempts to reverse sweep West Indies skipper Bravo (3-60) only resulting in him offering a simple catch to the bowler's half-brother, Darren, at short third man.
Still, his alliance with Buttler - England's ODI highest for any partnership in the Windies - had left their opponents facing a tall order. Seemingly determined to make sure they didn't fall behind the run-rate from the very start, they came out swinging and quickly found themselves in trouble.
Root bowled Kieran Powell to finish the opening over and at the start of the next Dwayne Smith hooked Stuart Broad straight down the throat of backward square leg.
A sharp catch from Ravi Bopara at mid-wicket accounted for Darren Bravo (16), and Broad claimed his second wicket when Lendl Simmons under-edged a pull shot into his middle stump straight after the visitors had failed with a review for a caught behind decision they were certain was out.
Samuels (23) and Dwayne Bravo (27) offered contributions and Darren Sammy (24) helped pick up 53 runs from a profitable batting powerplay.
None, though, were able to hang around long enough to support Ramdin, who hit two of his five sixes in the same Stephen Parry over to reach his ton. He kept on swinging right to the end as well, eventually being yorked by Bresnan (3-45) when England were just starting to get twitchy.
The teams now move on to Barbados to face each other in three Twenty20 Internationals, the first of which takes place on Sunday. You can see all the action LIVE on Sky Sports, or join us online for over-by-over coverage.