Australia has dismissed England for 286 to win the fifth Test at The Oval by an innings and 46 runs.
England resumed on 6-203, 129 runs behind Australia, with Jos Butler and Mark Wood the not out batsmen.
Peter Siddle struck first for the Aussies, trapping Wood in front for six. Umpire Dharmasena originally gave Wood not out, but Australia reviewed the decision to get their man.
Jos Butler produced some impressive shots in one of his finer displays of the series, before he was dismissed for 42 off the bowling off Mitchell Marsh.
Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad proved difficult to remove, as both batsman played patient innings to keep Australia at bay and put off the inevitable.
Australia's victory was then put off slightly longer, as the players went off for a rain delay just under an hour and a half into the day's play.
The rain set in for the morning as the players took an early lunch break. When play resumed Peter Siddle finished off the tail to claim the final two wickets of the match to finish with figures of 4-35 upon his return his Test cricket.
Marsh and Lyon both finished with two wickets, while Johnson and Smith grabbed one each.
English batsman Joe Root was named man of the series.
The two sides will now play a one off T20 match on August 31, before an ODI series starting on September 3.
See the full scorecard at Cricket.com.au