Excellent!!! Then, just add another column next to the last column of bars and you should be good.
Ofcourse, showing number on top of the bar (see the last bar in pic) would not work. If this is very important, somehow an overlay of a table on top of straight table, with transparency, may do the trick.
At that point when I was facing this issue, I contacted Rob Wunderlich and he was able to mask the color bleed using custom format cell. Here was his response:
"Nice to hear from you. It looks like a bug to me, worth reporting to Support. The best workaround I could come up with is attached. I managed to mask the horizontal bleed by using Custom Format Cell, and adding thick cell borders of color white. However, I couldn't find a way to eliminate the vertical bleed line that appears on the left of the cell. If your ta !ble was of a fixed size, you could add a vertical line object of color white hide the bleed line, but that's an ugly workaround that won't work if your table changes height. "
See the file attached. However, to proceed forward, I just created my own Qlikview extension object which allowed me to get rid of this issue once and for all. See the snapshot attached.