The two sides are set to battle it out in a friendly on May 13 at Moi Sports Centre in Kasarani.
Gor Mahia booked the ticket to play a second English club in under a year after beating AFC Leopards 5-4 on post match penalties at Afraha in Nakuru.
“We'll see you soon Kenya,” Hull City tweeted on Tuesday.
Club patron and opposition leader Raila Odinga, who watched the second half of the tie, took to Twitter to congratulate the two teams:
"AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia have the most passionate fans in this part of the world. I was thrilled to attend the entertaining #HullCityChallenge.
"Congratulations to both teams for playing their hearts out much to the delight of their supporters and Gor Mahia for the win.
“Let the winning Form Continue even as You play Hull City on May 13, 2018. Congratulations and all the best,” added Sports Cabinet secretary Rashid Echesa.