Emma Dahlstrom won for a second successive day at the International Ski Federation Big Air World Cup event in the Norwegian resort of Myrkdalen-Voss.
The Swede proved a class above her rivals again after being the only entrant to score over 80 points in the final.
She did so twice, following a 83.60 first effort with a dazzling 87.60 third for a overall score of 171.20.
Italy's Silvia Bertagna finished a distant second on 160.00 and Norway's Tora Johansen took a home third on 121.60.
Dahlstrom duly took a dominant season victory on 453 points while Bertagna claimed second place on 360.
Mathilde Gremaud of Switzerland finished third on 225 despite missing the final two races.
Birk Ruud claimed victory in the corresponding men's race, but had to settle for second overall.
The home star won with 189.80 to beat Frenchman Antoine Adelisse, with 187.40, and team-mate Felix Stridsberg-Usterud, who scored 181.20.
Sweden's Henrik Harlaut finished in fifth place with 171.00.
His haul of 394 points still proved enough for the overall title, however, in front of Ruud's 251.
Norway's Oystein Braaten finished third overall with 242.