The Hurricanes earned a third consecutive bonus-point victory as they thrashed Western Force 43-6 on Friday in Super Rugby Trans-Tasman.
Teams from New Zealand now hold an 11-0 record over their Australian counterparts after the rampant Hurricanes ran in seven tries without reply in a one-sided encounter.
It was their biggest ever win over Western Force, who have suffered three consecutive defeats to start the competition.
The Force opened up an early six-point lead with two Domingo Miotti penalties, but they were obliterated from there.
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Asafo Aumua capitalised on a lineout mistake from fellow hooker Andrew Ready to score an impressive solo try.
That opened the floodgates as wing Salesi Rayasi scored in acrobatic fashion and it was 19-6 at the break after Du'Plessis Kirifi dotted down.
It was game over as the hosts secured a bonus point seven minutes after the interval when Wes Goosen, who was constantly threatening, went over in the corner.
Rayasi added his second try of the match and a miserable day for the struggling Force was compounded in the last 10 minutes.
They saw a potential try ruled out due to an obstruction call before Ngani Laumape and Jordie Barrett - who finished with 13 points - added gloss to the scoreline at the other end.
"I thought we had one of our better performances of the year," stand-in Hurricanes captain Reed Prinsep said.
"A more complete package in attack and defence. Those backs are pretty special talents. As a forward, when you see that happen, you're pretty proud."
Force skipper Kyle Godwin, meanwhile, rued mistakes from his side.
"We were our own worst enemies, the Hurricanes are a classy outfit and they pounced on our mistakes," he said.
"We didn't trust ourselves enough, we do have the attacking threats. We've got the Crusaders next so a lot to review and improve on. I felt like the boys went into their shells and we can't be doing that."