"I looked in the paper this morning and noticed that we had not kept a clean sheet for eight games, going back to last season, so I'm delighted that we have rectified that, although I'm more pleased with the win," said Kenny.
"Their goalkeeper made some good saves but we battled well and deserved the three points. We looked quite solid defensively and that resulted in me doing little but for the penalty."
Kenny was called into action for the only time to save an easy penalty effort from Darren Currie after kabba had fouled Castro Sito in the box.
Tony Currie's nephew, Darren, took responsibility for the penalty but Kenny again showed his worth to United. He added: "All I did was look at his run up and make up my mind to go that way but like I said, that's all I had to do."