The Cape Cobras needed a dramatic super over to overcome Barbados Tridents in a thrilling Champions League Twenty20 clash this afternoon.
Carter ended the innings not out with 111 runs to his name, saving his side from a measly total as only two other players reached double figures.
Levi was eventually dismissed for 39, but Omphile Ramela picked up where he left off to build a partnership of 46 with the free-scoring Amla.
Ramela was replaced by Vilas at the crease having contributed 14 runs, while Amla was then finally dismissed having made 59 off 42 deliveries.
Robin Peterson was the next to go with Cape Cobras 31 runs short of the target, while Vilas followed two balls later without being able to add to the score.
The match came down to the final ball, with Cape Cobras needing three runs to win, but Sybrand Engelbrecht could only manage two to send it to a super over.
The Cobras duo of Levi and Vilas managed just one boundary and 11 runs in their super over, but that proved to be enough as Engelbrecht took a wicket and limited Barbados to 10 runs in a thrilling finale.