UCD have been awarded a 3-0 victory over Bohemians after it was found that Bohs fielded an ineligible player in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture last Monday.
The fixture saw UCD claim a 1-0 victory thanks to Yoyo Mahdy's goal.
However, an FAI Disciplinary Committee has found that Bohemians played an ineligible player, Daniel Mandroiu, who was due to serve a suspension in the fixture.
In accordance with the FAI rules, UCD have been awarded a 3-0 victory and a fine has been imposed on Bohemians.
Angry scenes broke out at full-time after celebrations from UCD goalkeeper Conor Kearns.
In a statement released by the club, Bohs accepted the decision.
"While Bohs losing the game 1-0 on the night reduces the impact of the walkover somewhat, it does not in any way whatsoever reduce the seriousness of the initial error and also means Mandroiu must now serve his one-match ban against St Patrick's Athletic on Sunday.
"The FAI sent the club notification of the suspension as normal but internal IT issues led to restricted access to emails and the notification being missed.
"It is clear that better procedures and support for our staff should have been in place and the board of management wish to unreservedly apologise to the first-team backroom team, players and supporters for this failing.
"We will endeavour to ensure our procedures are improved and that such a costly oversight is never made again."