Ben Smith gets his third of the night. The Wallabies got desperate, tried to run the ball from deep. The ball spun out of the ruck,Smith scooped it up and ran it in from 20m out.
No All Black has ever scored four tries against Aussie. Maybe tonight?
Barrett slots the conversion. ABs lead by 25.
73 MINS - ALL BLACKS 47 WALLABIES 22
With the result now in the bag, the last five minutes are just a formality. Ewen MacKenzie is staring down the barrel of a 25-point loss in his first game in charge. Welcome to test footy indeed.
What a great night for Steve Hansen and his experienced side. Without playing at full potential they have well and truly smashed this Wallabies side.
The Wallabies showed glimpses in the first half of being able to mix it, but over the course of the 80 minutes they were a distant second best.
Back to the drawing board for the Aussies, but another night of celebrations here in New Zealand.
Into the last minute now and the Wallabies are still trying hard. This time they earn a penalty 5m out.
Wallabies searching hard for a consolation.
James O'Connor gets that consolation, and the conversion will be the last play of the game.
Not a lot of celebration from the Aussies after that try. They are now in a full team embrace, but I can imagine the words being spoken aren't the happiest.
The conversion is good but for Aussie the result is bad.
The full time whistle sounds, the All Blacks have won 47-29.
FULLTIME: ALL BLACKS 47 WALLABIES 29
Thanks everyone for joining me tonight, I hope you have enjoyed our coverage. Make sure you check Wynne Gray's match report that will be online shortly, and all of Gregor Paul's analysis in tomorrow's Herald on Sunday.
I will be back again tomorrow to cover the Warriors from 3.30pm when they take on the Panthers. See you all then?