The All Blacks have made six changes from last week's narrow 22-19 win, the most notable of which has Aaron Cruden replacing injured fly-half Dan Carter, scorer of the late winning drop goal in Christchurch.
Kiss said: "Cruden will pull their strings a bit differently but it will enhance other parts of their game. He works week in, week out with Sonny Bill Williams at the Chiefs, and two of their players in the back row."
He added: "The other night we were better on our basics and it put us in front of them at stages and gave us a chance to be more physical.
"Last week is last week and the importance of that game only means something if we build on it. What we've looked at this week is some areas that we can ramp up."
Despite that creditable near miss, one area where Ireland have been completely outshone in the series has been the restarts.
With Carter and Keiran Read absent for the third Test, the Irish will be hoping to restore parity.