Hamilton Masakadza hit a career-best 178 not out while pace bowler Chris Mpofu took 3-44 to lead Zimbabwe to a 142-run victory over Kenya on Sunday to complete a 4-1 win in their one day series.
Man-of-the-series Masakadza's previous best was 156 when the two African sides met in the first match last Monday.
Opener Masakadza faced 167 balls and struck 17 boundaries and five sixes at the Harare Sports Club, putting on 127 for the first wicket with Forster Mutizwa (55) as Zimbabwe posted a challenging 329-3.
A 26-year-old right-hander, Masakadza dealt mercilessly with the Kenya attack, finding runs with relative ease on either sides of the field.
Zimbabwe lost its first wicket when Mutizwa, who steered Zimbabwe to Saturday's six-wicket victory which sealed the series win, was stumped by wicketkeeper David Obuya off a wide ball from offspinner Jimmy Kamande.
Masakadza then shared a 102-run stand off 110 balls with Brendan Taylor for the second wicket. Taylor, who hit 52 off 48 balls, plundering three boundaries and three sixes, scored his third straight half-century of the series.
Taylor was out when he miscued a Nehemiah Odhiambo delivery to be caught at midwicket by Collins Obuya.
Charles Coventry added 25 before Kamande gathered him at long off from another Odhiambo delivery.