The Buddha does not always speak of ending defilement by seeing with wisdom completely;
- “What kind of person is one attained-to-view? Here some person does not contact with the body and abide in those liberations that are peaceful and immaterial,trascennding forms, but some of his taints are destroyed by his seeing with wisdom, and he has reviewed and examined with wisdom the teachings proclaimed by the Tathāgata. The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha - Selections | Wisdom Publications
It is natural that seeing with wisdom removes defilement and it is due to the seeing the cessation of the aggregates.
One could argue that cessation of perception & feeling is one thing and Path attainment is another, explaining to what extent these are different in meaning and in word but clearly both do lead to cessation of perception and both lead to the cessation of feeling;
With the cessation of contact there is the cessation of feeling. The way leading to the cessation of feeling is just this Noble Eightfold Path; that is, right view… right concentration.
From the cessation of contact comes the cessation of perception. And just this noble eightfold path is the path of practice leading to the cessation of perception… Parivatta Sutta: The (Fourfold) Round
Thus one can speak of pathfruition as cessation of contact or cessation of feeling, these are to that extent equal!
Lastsly it is clear that also Nibbana is spoken of as where nothing is felt;
When this was said, Ven. Udayin said to Ven. Sariputta, “But what is the pleasure here, my friend, where there is nothing felt?”
"Just that is the pleasure here, my friend: where there is nothing felt.
To that extent The path fruition, Sannavedananirodha and Nibbana undeniably refer to the same thing in that it is attained by cessation of feeling and this is as clear as clear can be.