New Zealand's batsmen collapsed as they failed to cope with West Indies' bowling attack on the third morning of the second Test in Kingston, Jamaica.
Tino Best and Narsingh Deonarine were in superb form as the hosts limited New Zealand to just 50 runs in the morning session, taking five wickets in the process.
Best started the day shakily, bowling a half-volley to Brendon McCullum who duly dispatched the delivery through the covers. But he turned on the style in his third over when he came round the wicket to Neil Wagner. The nightwatchman fell for six when he failed to fend off a bouncer from Best, which looped off his glove and resulted in an easy catch for wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin.
Two balls later, Ross Taylor repeated his false stroke from the first innings off the same bowler and went for a duck. It was short outside off, but he drove away from the body and gave Ramdin his second catch of the over.
McCullum was dismissed for 19, caught by Assad Fudadin at forward short leg from a delivery by Deonarine. An out-of-sorts Kane Williamson was next to go for eight, edging to Darren Sammy for the second time in the match.
Finally, Sunil Narine was gifted a wicket when Kruger van Wyk top-edged a slog and was caught at the deep by Shivnarine Chanderpaul.
New Zealand will now be looking to Dean Brownlie on 12 not out to steady the ship for the tourists, with Doug Bracewell at the other end