Brisbane duo Eric Hipwood and Mitch Robinson can accept $2000 fines for separate incidents from Thursday night's elimination final win over Richmond.

Robinson has been charged with Rough Conduct by the Match Review Officer for a late bump on Tigers youngster Tyler Sonsie during the third quarter of the match at the Gabba.

The MRO judged Robinson's actions as Careless Conduct, Low Impact and High Contact, resulting in a $3000 fine, which can be reduced to $2000 with an early plea.

Hipwood can accept the same fate for his Rough Conduct charge for an incident involving Richmond defender Daniel Rioli in the opening half of the two-point win.

The incident in question garnered scrutiny of the MRO, who judged the Lions forward's actions as Careless Conduct, Low Impact and High Contact.

Hipwood can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.

Richmond's Nick Vlastuin can accept a $300 fine - reduced from $5000 with an early plea - for a Tripping charge on Brisbane's Lincoln McCarthy.

The incident in question occurred in the second quarter of the match, with the MRO grading Vlastuin's actions as Careless Conduct, Low Impact and Body Contact.

All three charged players are able to challenge their respective sanctions.

The avoided suspensions for Robinson and Hipwood mean they are clear to face the loser of Friday night's qualifying final between Melbourne and Sydney.