However, it's not quite as simple as laying on hands to pass the Sacrament.
Heresy can and does, in the Latin tradition, separate someone from the Grace bestowed in ordination. This can be seen in the determination of whether a church has "valid Apostolic Succession". A schismatic or heretical church can "disbelieve themselves" from their Sacramental abilities.
Also, it's not as much of a problem as is presented. If a heretical church has enough faith to produce a valid Eucharist, more power to them. May they receive the Grace of God they need from it, and perhaps return to the Church.
An opinion could be formulated against the Cyprianic ordination theology that such an opinion is degrading to the mercy of God. That is, ecclesial separation that removes a person from the Graces in their Sacraments and are doomed completely unless they should change their mind. As may be said of Baptism, Confirmation, etc. "Sorry, God didn't recognize your Baptism, or your Confession."
It might be harder record keeping, but it's an opinion of divine mercy.