West Indies looked firmly on course for victory on the final day of the third Test against New Zealand in Antigua.
After Kemar Roach took a brilliant five for 60 to dismiss New Zealand for 272 in their second innings, the Windies were left with a paltry target of 102 to triumph.
Openers Chris Gayle and Kieran Powell negotiated the eight overs before tea to reach 32 without loss.
The Black Caps had a lead of just 28 at the close of play last night and their predicament was worsened when captain Ross Taylor was given out after an unsuccessful review when an angled-in Roach delivery rapped him low on the pads.
Williamson played down the wrong line and was bowled in Roach's next over, while the 24-year-old paceman also accounted for Test debutant Neil Wagner, who feathered a catch behind having made 13 off 103 balls.
Kruger an Wyk (30) was last man out when he charged down the pitch only to be cleaned up to hand Roach his five-for and put the Windies tantalisingly close to victory.