Nice looking transition AC cable to undercabinet light driver?
While the walls were open, my cabinet maker told me to poke the 120V wires out of the walls just under the upper cabinets for the undercabinet lighting. So I poked out 3 armored cables just under these 3 groups of cabinets.
Now I'm looking at Hafele LED systems. These use a driver which simply plugs into an outlet. I am puzzled how I can make a nice transition from the 120V armored cable to supply power to the driver. Normally I would use a junction box for this purpose, but if I did that it would look ugly sticking out from under the cabinet. It would be tough to put a jbox inside the cabinet because the armored cable can't make a tight radius bend to go back inside the cabinet (if I would have known.. maybe I would have had the cable poke into the interior of the cabinet).
Any ideas how to make this look nice and concealed with what I've got so far?