Queensland today wrapped up victory in the second session of day three, reaping the benefits of a controlled bowling effort against Victoria in the first innings and then a fine batting riposte spearheaded by Joe Burns and captain Usman Khawaja.
The Bulls dismissed Victoria this morning for 191 in their second dig after the visitors resumed on 5-157.
After Glenn Maxwell fell for 35 - adding just six to his overnight total - Mark Steketee (4-49) and Michael Neser (3-49) cleaned up the tail.
Steketee has been the dark horse of the Queensland pace attack but has now claimed 21 wickets so far this season to be Queensland's leading wicket-taker, finishing with eight for the match.
The Bulls had a small but tricky chase of 88 to win outright, compounded by the unfortunate loss of Matt Renshaw and then Khawaja, before Burns (24no) and Charlie Hemphrey (26no) got the home side home.
Burns now has 380 runs at 47.50 for the season.
The Bulls jumped to third spot on the ladder, albeit temporarily, with the other two games in progress set to deliver wins as well.
Queensland head to Tasmania next week to tackle the Tigers in the last game before the hiatus for the KFC Big Bash League.