No, it will not.
I feel that hardier livestock (such as damsels, clowns, etc) can be acclimated in other ways. I just float the bag in the tank and change out one shotglass (1 oz) of water every 10 minutes or so. That usually does the trick. Only the more delicate stuff needs a drip.
If you want to drip acclimate, you need to bag the fish again after the drip is done and float them a while so the temps can equalize. My apartment stays at 75 degrees, but due to the lights, heaters, pumps, etc, my tank will be anywhere from 80-82 degrees. After dripping the water in the bucket will be no higher than 76 degrees, even on a very fast drip.
92-gallon corner tank, 100lbs of LR
, 140lbs of sand, 250watt 10,000K MH
, 110watts of actinic PCs, Mag 7 return, custom refugium, AquaC EV180 w/ Mag 5
Female lyretail anthias, eyelash blenny, tomato clown, saddleback clown, firefish goby, 2 sand-sifting stars