Australia raced to a seven-wicket win and condemned Scotland to a sixth straight defeat in the final World Cup Pool A game.
World Cup Pool A, Hobart: Scotland 130 (25.4 overs): Machan 40; Starc 4-14 Australia 133-3 (15.2 overs): Clarke 47 Australia won by seven wickets
Mitchell Starc took 4-13 and Pat Cummins 3-42 to bowl Scotland out for 130 in 25.4 overs in Hobart.
Michael Clarke, promoted up the order, hit 47 as Australia won with 34.4 overs to spare after a 90-minute rain delay.
They face a quarter-final against Pakistan or Ireland, who meet on Sunday, in Adelaide on 20 March.
Australia captain Clarke said: “We had one little hiccup against New Zealand, but now it’s the knockout stages.
“We need to play at our best and I think if we do, we can win.”
Scotland finished bottom of the group, having extended their unwanted record of World Cup games without a win to 14 since their debut in 1999.
But captain Preston Mommsen said: “We take a huge amount of positives from the past six games, and we leave the World Cup a better team.”
The batting problems which have undermined this campaign – Scotland have been bowled out in all but one game – were evident again as five players made ducks.