Multi-shot acquisition enables high-resolution diffusion imaging, but the artifacts caused by shot-to-shot phase variation must be corrected. Self-calibrated multi-shot DWI methods utilize parallel imaging reconstruction to solve the phase of each shot. Previously reported self-calibrated GRAPPA with a compact kernel (SC-ckGRAPPA) method is compromised by the high reduction factor when recovering the navigator information. In this work, PM-SC-ckGRAPPA was introduced with the phase-matched reconstruction, and evaluated via in-vivo experiment. Results show that PM-SC-ckGRAPPA provides improved reconstruction compared with conventional approaches, and PM-SC-ckGRAPPA can be a potential tool for high-resolution diffusion imaging.