Benjibbad and android are correct in that you may have transferred a bit quickly. Yes, your fermentation may have stopped, but the fermentation process can create by-products that you don't want, such as diacetyl. I typically like to leave my beer in the primary at least a couple days after fermentation appears to be complete.
Having said that, I still think you will be fine.
Brody's Brew House
Primary: Spiced ale
Planned: Butternut squash & gala apple harvest ale; brown ale or porter; barley wine
In the fridge: Dogfish 60 minute; Imperial Stout