Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah clinched his fifth consecutive Scudetto medal with Juventus thanks to a convincing victory against Crotone.
Juventus continued their strong grasp at the top of Serie A by finishing top of the pyramid for a staggering and record breaking sixth time.
Juventus have become the first club to win the Serie A title six years in a row by beating Crotone 3-0.
The former Udinese stalwart watched from the bench as Mario Mandzukic, on his 31st birthday, turned home Juan Cuadrado's cross from close range to give the perennial champions an early lead.
Dybala curled in a stunning 25-metre free kick six minutes before halftime and Alex Sandro completed the scoring in the 83rd minute with a header which hit the underside of the crossbar, bounced down and crossed the goal line by centimetres.
The Serie A champion won the Coppa Italia final on May 17 after defeating Lazio 2-0 in the final, and can now look forward to winning a historical treble by defeating Real Madrid in the Champions League final on June 3 at the Millennium Stadium in the Welsh capital in Cardiff.
Juventus took their foot off the gas in the second period, content with bossing the possession stats with their lowly opponents unable to test Buffon and co.
They lost only once more, against Roma last week after coach Massimiliano Allegri rotated his team, before wrapping up their sixth title in a row today.
Conte won two more titles (his third with a record haul of 102 points) before surprisingly parting company with the club during the summer of 2014.
Crotone defender Federico Ceccherini then managed to get his head to the ball before Higuain could do some damage, yet Juve's second strike was just over the horizon.
Allegri chose to field all four of his attacking players at the same time with Gonzalo Higuain as a centre-forward, Paulo Dybala behind him and Cuadrado and Mandzukic on the flanks. They have scored fewer goals than Napoli and Roma but once again they conceded less than all their Serie A rivals.
The result also boosted Roma's chances of finishing second and going straight into the Champions League group stage.