The incident took place well away from the action and referee Liam Moore allowed play to continue.
Both players have until Tuesday morning to challenge the punishments.
Meanwhile, the RFL has confirmed it is investigating comments by Catalans president Bernard Guasch in which he criticised the performance of the match officials at Old Trafford.
Incensed by the officials’ failure to punish Mata’utia, Guasch pointed to other crucial decisions which he claims affected the outcome of the match and said he would never allow his team to play in another final unless it was officiated by Australian referees.
An RFL spokesman said Guasch’s comments are being considered by its compliance department.
In an interview with the Perpignan-based L’Independent newspaper, Guasch said: “As long as I’m president of the Catalans Dragons, I’ll never play a Super League final again until we have three Australian referees.
“I’m furious, at some point I say stop? I wanted to react like an English gentleman because I have a lot of respect for this competition.
“I am proud to have lived these three extraordinary days at Old Trafford as the English know how to organise them.
“But I saw the match again and I tell myself that I cannot let this go by without reacting and making a decision.”