The ban will now be debated in the House of Lords.
They have previously blocked a ban but it's possible that the government will use a special power called the Parliament Act to make hunting illegal.
This would mean that the Lords' approval is not necessary.
However, it's likely that the ban would not come in until 2006, to allow people involved with the hunt to find new employment and to re-home the dogs they use.
A further 15 people are being held following scuffles outside the Commons, where a pro-hunt rally was attended by more than 10,000 supporters.