No doubt rocked by heavy criticism from coach Gus Logie following Thursday's defeat to Canada, their sixth straight ODI loss of the African tour, Bermuda responded in dramatic fashion, inspired by a combined seven-wicket haul from Kevin Hurdle and Saleem Mukuddem on a lively strip offering plenty of assistance.
Having won the toss and elected to bat, Holland were skittled out for just 91 in 26.4 overs and the match didn't even get as far as the scheduled 1.30 p.m. lunch break as Bermuda rattled off the required runs in 17 overs, David Hemp leading the way with an unbeaten boundary-laden 36.
Hurdle, erratic for much of this tour, exploited the conditions superbly to finish with three for 30 off his 10 overs, including three maidens, while Mukuddem, later adjudged man-of-the-match, was equally effective, claiming four for 40 off 10 overs with one maiden.
Holland's cause wasn't helped by the retirement of skipper Luuk van Troost who was taken to hospital with a suspected broken right arm, later diagnosed as badly sprained, after being struck by a ball from Hurdle.
But none of their bats looked comfortable against Bermuda's two pacemen, who produced by far their best performance this week.
Top bat for the Dutch was tailender Mark Jonkman with 15 while Ryan ten Doeschate and 16-year-old Alexel Kervezee both managed 12.
Holland wrapped up victory in the series on Friday when they beat Canada by one wicket with just two balls to spare.