I have learned in a German grammar book that a separable verb prefix must come at the end of a main clause. The only exception I know is the second element of a comparison, which may come after the separable verb prefix. Ex: Ich spreche es schneller aus als Sie (= I pronounce it faster than you).
However, I have just heard the following sentence in the TV series "How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)":
Wir kriegen das hin mit MyTems. (= We'll figure it out with MyTems)
Shouldn't this sentence be "wir kriegen das mit MyTems hin", as the verb of the sentence is "hinkriegen" ?