Valerie Adams saved her best throwing for the end of the season, taking out the final of the Diamond League shot put at the Van Damme meeting in Brussels with a season's best throw of 20.59m.
Adams won the competition easily with her second throw of the night, beating German world No 2 Christina Schwanitz by 0.73 with another 0.13 to third placed American Michelle Carter.
Not only was it Adams' best throw of the European season, it was also a meeting record at the famous Memorial Van Damme meeting, beating the 20.57m of world-record holder Russian Natalia Lisovskaya set in 1987.
It was Adams' 56th consecutive victory and earned her a further eight Diamond League points to give her a total 32 points for the season.
Such was the double Olympic Champion's dominance, Schwanitz finished with a total of 10 points while Carter was third on 6 points.
Adams has now won four consecutive Diamond League shot put titles, stretching back to the 2011 season.
Adams' final competition of the season will be the Continental Cup in Morocco next weekend.