The Gers clinched the Scottish Premier League title with a stunning 5-1 win over Kenny Shiels' side on the final day of last season.
The champions are aiming to continue their superb form on the road on Sunday and Pascali admits the final-day thrashing still haunts the Killie squad.
He said: "It still hurts to think about that game. They smashed us inside the opening seven minutes and that was enough.
"I've tried to forget it. We were given a football lesson as they scored in the first minute, then had three by the seventh minute and that was it over.
"It's not easy to forget being beaten 5-1 at home when I was playing centre-half."
Having seen their lead at the top of the SPL cut to 10 points after drawing with St Johnstone at the weekend, Rangers will be eager to get back to winning ways when they head to Rugby Park.
But Pascali insists Killie also have a point to prove after their last home horror show.
He said: "It's going to be a hard match because Rangers drew against St Johnstone and it's unusual for them to drop points from one weekend to the next.
"But we are at home and we need to show something different to our supporters because our last home game was the horrible 6-3 defeat to Inverness."