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(i do not run kaffeine or suse or kde, so i will help as i can, but please bear with me...)
well, i looked up your problem on suse, and you should not feel alone. i found a thread which had a couple good pointers:
In SuSE, KDE will by default open the applications that were running the last time you logged out. Kaffeine minimizes to the system tray if you close its window instead of quitting it. Just quit it, log out, and it won't autolaunch when you log back in
When ya open kaffeine, check kaffeine settings.
Disable embed in system tray
however, given their problems, it might still run. please let me know if it does, and we'll talk about killing processes.
This problem has been solved.
I tried a "ps -e" and found an occurance of kaffiene running. I killed it. Restarted my system and no more kaffeine upon startup. I then went to kde session manager and selected empty session.