Barcelona beat Sevilla 3-0 at Camp Nou to lift the two-leg Spanish Super Cup 5-0 on aggregate on Wednesday night.
Two goals from Arda Turan and one from Lionel Messi provided Luis Enrique with the last major trophy that was missing from his cabinet since taking over as manager at the Camp Nou.
Turan opened the scoring after ten minutes, before adding a second just after half-time and Messi then ended the contest with a headed goal.
Wissam Ben Yedder of Sevilla had the first chance of the match, saved by Barca keeper Claudio Bravo.
However, a good early spell from Sevilla was soon to be forgotten as Messi played a one-two with new signing Andre Gomes before sliding a pass through to Turan, which the Turkey international finished with aplomb into the right corner.
Sevilla, were in no position to waste chances, trailing from the first leg 2-0, but that's exactly what they did.
Samuel Umtiti's handball gave them a chance to get back into the clash, but Vincente Iborra's penalty kick was saved by Bravo.
After the break, it only took Turan 54 seconds to take Barca 4-0 clear on aggregate. The former Atletico Madrid man swept a 25-yard shot over Sergio Rico with the aid of a deflection.
And Messi capped an impressive night for the defending La Liga champions with their third on 55 minutes. The Argentine somehow managed to head Munir's cross back across goal with the side of his head and in to the bottom corner.
The triumph was Barcelona's 12th Super Cup win in their history.