The Panthers have now registered their first win in the TNPL 2018.
Kovai Kings then lost three wickets in the last nine balls and eventually, the match was decided by the super over.
The ball was travelling and looked set to cross over the ropes.
Chasing 192 for victory was always going to be an uphill task for Veerans.
Gillies required 71 off the final 30 balls but the target proved to be beyond their reach as they finished at 149/9.
The Dindigul spinners scripted a solid comeback with exceptional control and combined to produce figures of 4/55 in their eight overs (R Ashwin 3/25, M Abhinav 1/30).
Suresh Kumar smashed a six over midwicket region to close out the match.
A total of 32 matches will be hosted at three venues across Tamil Nadu with the final scheduled for August 12 at the Chepauk.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said that the event shall be held as per schedule.
The 47-year-old, western Australian has a hectic schedule this month that will see 8 teams fight for honor in Sankar Cement TNPL.