Shakib Al Hasan's blazing century went in vain as New Zealand closed out the Test 121 runs shortly after lunch on the fifth afternoon.
The Bangladesh top order collapsed timidly, for the second time in the match, leaving New Zealand on the verge of victory at the end of the fourth day in Hamilton.
A sterling resistance by Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah stalled New Zealand's progress in the afternoon session, after the hosts had threatened to roll over the Bangladesh batting line-up, on the third day in Hamilton.
The hosts piled up a huge first innings total, declaring on 553/7, with brilliant batting from Martin Guptill (189) who slammed his maiden Test century and Brendon McCullum (185) scoring the 4th ton in his 50th Test.
At stumps on first day of the only Test Match between Bangladesh and New Zealand, Kiwis scores 258/5 in 68.1 overs.
Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan was in poor form in the ODIs aims bounce back in form in only Test match.
Northern Districts fast bowler Brent Arnel has replaced the injured left-arm seamer Andy McKay in the squad for the one-off Test against Bangladesh in Hamilton starting on Monday.
Bangladesh and Shakib Al Hasan turned in their best performance of the tour, but is was still not enough to prevent New Zealand from sweeping the series.
New Zealand selection committee named a 13 man squad for the Bangladesh Test which begins on 15th February at Hamilton.
Having been kept to 183 by New Zealand's tidy bowling attack, Bangladesh were drubbed by the broad bat of Ross Taylor as they surrendered the series to the hosts.