The Micron you have and the Kingston you want have the same basic specifications: 1333 speed DDR 3, 1.5 volt, 204 pin SO-DIMM.
It will likely work, but I don't think that can be guaranteed.
The qualified vendor list that Layback mentioned is a good idea, but the fact is that those lists are almost always incomplete and usually have a notice at the top saying they are incomplete. So, if it is not on the list, it still may work.
The only sure alternative is to remove the Micron and buy 8 GB of of one brand so there won't be a possibility of conflict between the two brands.