German sprint ace Andre Greipel scored his fourth race win at the Tour Down Under as Dutch cyclist Tom-Jelte Slagter secured the overall title.
Greipel now has a record 14 Tour stage wins after again benefitting from strong teamwork to take out the Adelaide Street Race.
Slagter's Australian teammate Mark Renshaw hit out early in a bid to upstage Greipel, but the German powered past him in the last few metres for another easy win.
Greipel won the People's Choice Classic a week ago and Sunday was his third stage win in the Santos Tour.
Slagter (Blanco) finished 13 seconds ahead of Spaniard Javier Moreno (Movistar) on the overall standings.
Welsh cycling star Geraint Thomas (Sky), who lost the overall lead to Slagter on Saturday, improved from fifth to third overall at 25 seconds.
Belgian Ben Hermans (Radioshack) lost time on the final stage and dropped out of the top three.
Thomas' team quickly made their intentions clear in the 90km Adelaide street race stage, controlling the front of the peloton.
Thomas started the stage in fifth place, 29 seconds behind Slagter.
The Welshman had led the Tour for three stages, but he lost touch with Slagter on Saturday in the crucial last kilometre of the Old Willunga Hill climb during stage five.
Sky used the two intermediate sprints during the Sunday stage to improve Thomas' overall position.
He picked up three seconds by winning the first sprint on lap eight of the 20-lap, 90km stage.
That put him ahead of Spaniard Ion Izagirre (Euskaltel), who thumped his handlebar in frustration when he finished outside the top three for the sprint and therefore out of the time bonuses.
Thomas gained another one-second bonus when he finished third in the second sprint at lap 12.
Slagter and Moreno (Movistar) knew that they only had to stay out of trouble during the stage to maintain their standings.
There were the usual breaks and counter-attacks during Sunday's high-speed stage, but it was always going to come down to a bunch sprint.