Pat Fenlon and Kenny Shiels had to agree to disagree over Hibernian’s winning goal from the penalty spot.
Referee Steven McLean blew for a foul after he adjudged Ryan O’Leary had fouled Paul Cairney in the box on the stroke of half-time.
Leigh Griffiths stepped up to convert what proved to be the winning goal as the home side triumphed 2- 1.
Having watched the incident again, Hibs boss Fenlon said: "I've just watched it on the DVD and it's a penalty.
"I thought at the time it was a little bit harsh, but after watching it it's a penalty.
"If it was against us I would've been disappointed, but after watching it again, the referee's in a good position and it's definitely a penalty."
However Killie manager Shiels was adamant the official got the decision wrong.
"He (Cairney) ran straight into my player looking for a penalty," he said.
"There was no contact. I don't have to see replays. We know it wasn't a penalty."
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