New Zealand head coach Graham Henry and his assistant Steve Hansen will return to the Millennium Stadium on November 20 when the All Blacks take on Wales.
The New Zealand Rugby Union have confirmed part of the All Blacks' November tour schedule, which includes a Test in Paris the following week against RBS 6 Nations champions France.
The NZRU are in the process of negotiating two other tour fixtures, at least one of which could be a Test match, although no dates or opponents can yet be confirmed.
Henry and Hansen, the last two Wales coaches, are back working together for the All Blacks after the NZRU opted for a change after the World Cup.
Their return to Wales will provide an intriguing sub-text to what will be a rematch of the thrilling World Cup encounter between the two sides last November in Sydney.
New Zealand won it at the death but only after Hansen's Wales had given them an almighty scare.
The All Blacks were exposed again by Australia in the semi-final and finished their World Cup with a hollow victory in the third-place play-off against France.
The match in Paris on November 27 promises to be a clash of far greater intensity - the French are RBS 6 Nations champions and there is every chance the All Blacks, come the autumn, will be the number one team in the world.
The tour will cap a busy international season for New Zealand, which starts in June with two Tests against world champions England, whose cushion at the top of the world rankings is now slim.