Joshua da Silva debut half-century gave West Indies a positive takeaway from a difficult tour.
Trent Boult took three wickets after New Zealand made West Indies follow-on.
Henry Nicholls and Neil Wagner brought up their respective highest scores earlier in the day
New Zealand ended the opening day on 294/6 after West Indies opt to bowl in second Test.
Neil Wagner and Kyle Jamieson run through Windies as Kiwis win despite Jermaine Blackwood ton.
The duo put on a century stand for the seventh wicket
Brathwaite, Campbell give visitors decent start after hosts declare at 519/7 on Day 2.
The duo put on a 154-run stand for the second wicket. New Zealand were 243 at stump on on the opening day.
Glenn Phillips 108, Conway 65* took New Zealand to 238 before restricting Windies to 166/9.
New Zealand ended their seven-match T20I losing steak, chasing down 176 with four ball remaining.