Hurricanes playmaker Beauden Barrett has escaped punishment for his red card against the Waratahs.
Barrett was found guilty by a Sanzaar Judicial Committee Hearing of contravening Law 10.2(a), after he received two yellow cards for deliberate knockdowns.
However, he will receive no further sanction for the offence.
Barrett, who was a standout in the match, later admitted he needed to improve his technique, when attempting an intercept.
"With respect to sanction the Judicial Committee ruled, after considering a number of factors, including the player's exemplary disciplinary record, that the player's ordering off merited no further sanction," Sanzaar said, in a statement.
Barrett will be free to play for the Hurricanes, when they face the Blues at Eden Park on Saturday.
Meanwhile, NSW Waratahs prop Sekope Kepu has been given a one-game Super Rugby ban, after receiving his third yellow card of the season.
He was penalised for a late and high shot on Jordie Barrett in the 27th minute of last Friday's loss to the Hurricanes, with Sanzaar giving him a post-match sanction for the hit, meaning Kepu had to face the Foul Play Committee.
His ban, issued on Monday, means Kepu will miss the Waratahs' round-nine clash against the Kings on Friday week, due to Daryl Gibson's side having the bye this week.