I would recommend this instead if you are using Kaserpsky - in Application Control use the process toggle switch to disable vulnerable processes. There are lists of vulnerable processes here and over at Wilders.
Kaspersky whitelists all Microsoft vulnerable processes - so it is advisable to disable them if you do not use them - which 99.99 % of home users do not use them.
Alternatively you can add AppGuard as it will not interfere with KIS and you can create policies more easily in it.
I can tell you that if you are looking for maximum security then KIS and AppGuard will satisfy.
There is replication of capabilities between KIS and AppGuard - and I point that fact out for the sake of keeping it honest and real.
The difference between the two is that with KIS you have to move browsers and office programs, Adobe products, etc to the Low Restricted group and then tweak the settings. If you take a deep dive into KIS' policies and permissions - if you are not well-versed - then it will be a problem. With AppGuard the default policies are in-place and can be tweaked more easily. AppGuard's protections are applied by simply adding a program to the Guarded Apps list whereas in KIS you have to manually create the policies.
@XhenEd is a KIS and AppGuard user - as well as myself from time-to-time.
If you add HMPA, you will gain in exploit protection, but you will lose in system responsiveness.
The other apps you mentioned, well, each is a world unto itself.
Shadow Defender will erase both wanted and unwanted changes to the system, when you reboot (but you can define exceptions). Also, it will not prevent infection and theft of sensitive personal information, during the current session.
ReHIPS isolates apps from the system and from each other. This is very secure, but not always convenient.
Appguard is very powerful protection, but some users report a learning curve.
Back to KIS: have you enabled Trusted Applications Mode? Have you disabled "trust digitally signed applications"? Have you made the other various tweaks that are available?
Try to get the most out of KIS, and you might just find that it does everything you need.
I personally have HMPA running next to it, and Shadow Defender in case I want to use something I don't fully trust.
RE-HIPS and Appguard is for the same appliance tho, I wouldn't go for either of them next to KIS.
There is, of course, an overlap. KIS has anti-exploit techniques that are already found in HMP.A. But there are a lot of techniques found in HMP.A that are not found in KIS. So, there's an overlap, but HMP.A can offer more.
Don't get it wrong, though. Although it doesn't have the "advanced" anti-exploit techniques of HMP.A, KIS has other components designed to complement to defeat exploits.