Jack Carty's brilliant century ensured Leinster Bolts finished their Future Series unbeaten winning all eight of their games as they defeated the Emerging Warriors by 116 runs at Ardmore.
The Merrion all-rounder top scored with 116 from 103 balls, hitting 10 fours and 6 sixes as the Bolts racked up an imposing 303 for 6.
There was a half century too for JJ Garth (58), and cameos from Conor Fletcher (40), Gavin Hoey (22) and Rory Anders, who 24 not out included three sixes.
Winners Leinster Lightning Bolts
Ballyspallen teenager Josh Wilson took two wickets, as did Trent McKeegan, while Robbie Millar claimed 1-27 in a five overs spell.
In the chase, the Brigade duo of DD Barr and Kyle Magee opened the batting, and did well as they put on 90 before Magee was dismissed for 45.
He and Barr both hit seven fours, with DD also clearing the ropes once in a top score of 65.
Coach Nigel Jones and captain Mitchell Thompson
From 139 for 3, the Warriors innings was ended rather quickly, 186 all out to lose by 117 runs.
There were two wickets apiece for Mitchell Thompson, Gavin Hoey and David O'Halloran, while Cameron Shoebridge and Amish Sidhu had one each.
The Warriors still have two matches to play, at the Knights on Friday in a T20 and they finish off with a trip to Kildare to take on Munster Heat next week.