Scotland took the first of two Twenty20 internationals with Kenya at Aberdeen by a comfortable 35 runs in a low-scoring game.
The hosts followed up two one-day international wins, the latter extended to two days by the weather, by dismissing Kenya for 78 with seven balls unused.
Seamer Gordon Goudie was Scotland’s most expensive bowler but also their most prolific with 3-22 in 3.5 overs.
Having won the toss, Scotland’s 113 for six was built on a steady 29 from opener Richie Berrington and Preston Mommsen’s brisk 24 not out at number five.
The sides meet again tomorrow at the same venue ahead of a four-day Intercontinental Cup match from Sunday.