Cricket Australia had pencilled in the December 6-10 Test in Adelaide as a pink-ball match but India baulked at playing under floodlights.
"As a result, we can now confirm this Test match will be a day format."
CA believes day-night Test cricket is a more television-friendly format and perhaps the only way to save the five-day version of the game following the rise of the quickfire Twenty20 format.
But India, who are the world's top-ranked team, said they didn't want to play their first day-night Test during such a high-profile series.
"Yes, it's pretty clear that we are not playing a day-night Test in Australia, no doubt about it," BCCI administrator Vinod Rai told AFP earlier this month.
The Australians have played four day-night Tests since 2015, three of them in Adelaide, winning all of them.
India have not yet played a pink-ball Test and would be reluctant to give the hosts any advantage as they seek a first Test series win in Australia.
"I think everyone in world cricket knows that, to be frank, I think (India) want to come out here and beat us," Sutherland told Australia's SEN Radio in early May.
Sutherland said Australia would still play a day-night Test against Sri Lanka in Brisbane in January.
"We are committed to hosting at least one day-night Test each home summer as part of our continued focus to grow Test cricket," he said.