The final one-dayer between Zimbabwe and West Indies was rained off without a ball being bowled in Bulawayo.
The Windies had already taken an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series following their five-wicket win at the Queens Sports Club on Friday.
And Zimbabwe's chances of reducing the margin of defeat were ruined thanks to persistent rain throughout the day.
West Indies pace bowler Jerome Taylor was named Man of the Series for his 11 wickets at a cost of 13 runs each.
"This was a great series for me and I believe I am bowling very well at the moment.
"I'm happy to play a leading role - I enjoy representing the people of the West Indies and will be striving to go from strength to strength," he said.
The two sides now head to South Africa; West Indies for a Test and ODI series, Zimbabwe for the Supersport Series.
Taylor added: "My confidence is high and the team is on a high as we move on to the series in South Africa."