All perfect praise be to Allah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
We have not come across the classification of the Hadeeth that you mentioned in the question. However, Al-Hafith Adh-Dhiyaa’ Al-Maqdisi said about this Hadeeth in his book Sifatul-Jannah (Description of Paradise): “The men (i.e. the chain of narrators) of this Hadeeth in my view fulfill the conditions set for an authentic Hadeeth." Perhaps Al-Maqdisi was referring to the conditions of authenticity set by Al-Bukhaari. Ibn Katheer quoted his statement in his Tafseer (interpretation of the Quran) and did not object to it.
Additionally, Ibn Al-Qayyim said in his book Haadi Al-Arwaah: “Its chain of narrators is authentic.”
In any case, since you have read that Al-Albaani or other scholars have classified the Hadeeth as Saheeh (authentic), then you should have acted according to their ruling on the Hadeeth, and you did not need to ask questions about it. The scholars of Hadeeth differed in their view when classifying different narrations (Ahaadeeth), whether they are authentic or Dha’eef (inauthentic), and there is nothing wrong with this.
Allah knows best.