New Zealand's women swept to a 3-0 series win over England on Saturday thanks to an emphatic 29-8 victory in Pukekohe.
The world champions outscored the tourists four tries to one at ECOLight Stadium in a dominant display to follow up their 29-10 win in the first Test in Auckland last Saturday and 14-9 in the second in Hamilton on Tuesday.
Claire Richardson, Aroha Savage, Selica Winiata and Kendra Cocksedge all touched down for the hosts, who led 17-3 at half-time.
Rochelle Clark scored England's solitary try on her 80th appearance at the start of the second half but it was not enough to deny New Zealand, despite another tense struggle up front.
In the end, the Kiwis had too much class for the tourists in the backline. England led 6-0 early on but New Zealand bounced back in style, scoring 17 unanswered points as they dominated the rest of the first half, crossing for tries scored via centre Richardson and flanker Savage.
Fly-half Kelly Brazier had a hand in both tries and converted them both as part of her nine-point haul.
England refused to give up though and they reduced the gap to nine points when a good line-out and drive allowed prop Clark to crash over.
However, full-back Winiata restored the 14-point lead when she finished off a fine backline move to make it 22-8.
England then lost Harriet Millar-Mills to the sin bin and New Zealand, once again, finished strongly with Cocksedge going over for a last-minute try that she also converted to complete the scoring.