Voltage is a measure of electrical pressure (think of it as water pressure). Amperage is the amount of current (imagine this as the amount of water available). What you have done is decrease (slightly) the pressure, but increased the amount of available electricity. Overall you have a higher wattage (volts X amps) plug.
The question is, is this dangerous? Not in the amounts you have stated. You are providing more amperage than is needed, but only the amount that is needed will be drawn as long as the voltage didn't increase.
Your voltage is a little lower (by .5%). This is likely within the tolerance of your equipment. I don't see that you are in an unsafe situation, or that you are going to damage anything.
In short, if this works when you plug it in, it works.
Speaking of polarity, here is the (almost) polar opposite of your question