From ImamReza.net we have the following hadith (listed as by Hojjat al-Islam Shaykh Husain Ansariyan):
Imam Sadiq said: One of the men from the Helpers (Ansar) went on a trip and ordered his wife not to leave the house until he returned home. Her father got ill while her husband was away. She sent a messenger to the Prophet (S.A.W.) asking him if she could visit her father. The Prophet (S.A.W.) replied that she should obey her husband and stay at home. Her father got worse and she sent another message but received the same reply. Her father passed away and she sent another messenger to go and pray for her father, but she received the same reply. They buried her father but the woman stayed at home. The Prophet (S.A.W.) sent a messenger to her and he said that God forgave you and your father for obeying your husband.
I also found it included at erfan.ir, at duas.org, and in a comment at BabyCenter.com. I've seen hadith with this meaning mentioned before (a woman is forbidden by her husband from leaving the house as her father dies), but I can't seem to pinpoint a reliable reference currently.
Question: Is there an authentic hadith where a woman is forbidden from leaving the house while her father dies, but they're forgiven for her obedience?