India took five wickets found in the second day's first program to bowl Australia out for 369 on the stroke of lunch found in the series-deciding fourth Check found in Brisbane On Saturday.
After resuming at 274 for five at the Gabba, the Australians lost five wickets each morning session like the overnight batsmen Tim Paine and Cameron Green.
Paine and Green had started aggressively on a flat batting wicket and looked to force the score beyond 400.
But soon after reaching his half-century, Paine chased a broad ball from Shardul Thakur (3-94) and edged to Rohit Sharma at third slide to leave Australia 311 for six.
Green survived a good sharp chance on 45 off Washington Sundar but two runs in the future, the off-spinner got his revenge when he bowled the Australian amount six for 47.
Thakur, playing simply his second Check, took his third wicket when he trapped Pat Cummins leg-before for just two to leave the hosts struggling at 315 for seven.
However, Nathan Lyon and Mitchell Starc continued the attack and the rating raced to 354 before Sundar bowled Lyon around his legs after his quickfire 24 off 22 deliveries.
When T. Natarajan bowled Josh Hazlewood to get rid of the innings, the inexperienced Indian strike had completed an extraordinary comeback on a popular and humid Brisbane morning hours.
Australia will be disappointed with their total taking into consideration the benign characteristics of the wicket.
Even though many of the Australian batsmen got starts, simply Marnus Labuschagne was able to convert, his 108 on Friday the standout for the house team.
The Indian attack features two players producing their debut -- Natarajan (3-78) and Sundar (3-89) -- while their most experienced bowler, Mohammad Siraj, is playing just his third Test following a raft of injures with their first-choice bowlers.
To compound their problems, Navdeep Saini was simply in a position to bowl 7.5 overs on the first evening before he broke down with a groin injury.
However, they bowled with self-discipline and were helped simply by some people injudicious shot selection simply by their opponents.