Wall end panels are typically used where cabinet wall units stop. The wall end panel fixes to the cabinet work and ends flush with the cabinet base or under panel (if you have one). If you have a finger grip door and the doors run lower than the base cabinet or under panel, the wall end panel will typically finish at the same height as your doors. The front of the wall end panel typically lines up with the door for a nice seamless finish. End panels are often ordered a little taller than the overall cabinet size and a little bit deeper as this helps with walls that run out of level. The installer can scribe or cut the panels to fit the out of level wall or floors for a tight and professional finish.