The inexperience of the Kenyan side continued to show as they picked only one point from the third round of the World Sevens Series in Sydney, Australia, leaving the tournament with no single win.
Tone Ng Shiu put the game out of reach shortly after halftime, and while the US got one back, it was only a consolation as the All Blacks Sevens claimed their second title of the season. "The conditions weren't ideal for what we're trying to do but really happy to get through that".
On Saturday, England women finished 10th in Sydney after losing 15-12 to Fiji in the Challenge Trophy final.
The win set up a repeat Final showdown against Australia, the teams meeting in the Sydney Sevens decider past year which is the last match that the Black Ferns Sevens tasted defeat.
The New Zealand men reached the final by beating Fiji, which damaged its chances when Sevuloni Mocenacagi was red-carded for a unsafe tackle.
Earlier in the day the men's quarter finals produced some scintillating action with defending HSBC Sydney Sevens champions Australia all set to upset Fiji before the Pacific Islanders scored two tries late in the second half to win 22-17. It was the US' fourth consecutive loss in the final.
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England secured third place after defeating Fiji 19-17, while South Africa scored a try in the final play of the fifth-place play-off to beat the hosts and cling onto fourth place in the overall standings.
It was sweet revenge for the Black Ferns, who were crushed 31-0 by the Australians in the Sydney final a year ago.
US won the bronze final beating Ireland, while Canada beat France in the fifth place play-off.
Their wins in both the men's and women's competitions means Australia's trans-Tasman rivals now sit first in both World Series standings.
Australian coach, Tim Walsh, lamented his side missing opportunities, suggesting they needed to develop their mental toughness in order to compete with the best.