Thats the inter digit timer. Check under Service -> Service parameters-> Callmanager -> T302 timer. This is by default 15 sec. You can lower it. Dont lower it too low, because people could accidentally type a wrong digit and then not have enough time to back out.
My first recommendation would be to avoid any route pattern ending in "!" for this very reason. However, assuming that you can't avoid it, add another route pattern for 9!# and train them to use # to immediately route the call. If they forget to hit #, the 9! pattern will still work after the interdigit timer expires.
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