Shujaa, the national rugby sevens team failed to shine again as they were relegated to Challenge Trophy in the ongoing HSBC World Rugby Series in Singapore.
Kenya lost all their pool C matches to drop to challenge Trophy and will be facing France.
The Paul Murunga led charges lost to Wales 19-14 after going down to England (36-7) and USA (17-14).
France finished third in Pool “B” after they lost to Argentina in their last match as Australia claimed the pool unbeaten with the Pumas finishing second.
Kenya face France at 6.06am while Wales take on Hong Kong at 5.22am on Sunday.
Kenya must aim to finish ahead of Wales and Japan if they hope of avoiding relegation with two legs to go in London and Paris.
Kenya went to Singapore ahead of Japan and Wales in 13th place with 23 points. Japan, who are set to play Canada in the Challenge Trophy quarterfinals, are placed 14th with 20 points while Wales are 15th and in relegation spot with 20 points.
Only one team that will finish 15th will be relegated after this season with Ireland taking up their position for the 2019/20120 Series.