In what has been a bizarre season, the Tighnabruaich outfit have claimed two major trophies and are in the Camanachd Cup final but are not guaranteed Premiership status.
On Saturday they defeated champions-elect Newtonmore 4-3 in an exhilarating final, proving that, on the day, they are still one of the best in the sport.
However, their focus will now have to be on more mundane matters of safety before they can dream of retaining the sport's major honour, the Camanachd Cup.
"It is a strange season," admitted centre-line workhorse David Zavaroni, who scored Kyles' third goal in Saturday's final. "We've had an off season in the league but there is the possibility of a treble. In saying that, I am confident we can pick up some points and get back up the table.
"Winning the Camanachd Cup last year was one of the best days of my life but we need to plug away and start getting some results in the league before we can start thinking about that. It was great to win this trophy. We are a great unit and work hard for each other."
Roddy MacDonald struck twice for Kyles including the winner, with Zavaroni and Thomas Whyte also on the scoresheet.
Newtonmore were served with a double from Danny MacRae and a wonder strike from Glen MacKintosh but had captain Jamie Robinson red carded for a dangerous swing. They also had goals from John MacKenzie and MacRae disallowed for fouls.