Mohammed Shami once again proved to be the go-to guy for Team India as he knocked over the dangerous-looking Colin de Grandhomme with another unplayable inswinger.
India immediately took the new ball when it was available and Shami struck gold in just his 2nd over with the new cherry.
The right-hander went wide of the crease and angled it into De Grandhomme.
The New Zealand all-rounder got caught stuck on the crease and pinned plumb in front after the ball hit his back leg.
Mohammed Shami has been the pick of the Indian bowlers right through the fifth day as he dismissed the likes of Ross Taylor and then BJ Watling in the first session.
And, all the three dismissals came when he pitched it full.
Ross Taylor was caught at short-cover thanks to a brilliant diving effort by Shubman Gill after he tried to cover-drive a fullish length delivery by Shami.
Then, BJ Watling was bamboozled by a vicious delivery by Mohammed Shami, one that straightened off the seam to knock over his off-stump.
At the time of writing, New Zealand had moved on to 6/175 with Kane Williamson and Kyle Jamieson still at the crease.