Hey man, no i think if you kickstart your game, even if successful it has to go through their greenlight system for now. Its a way for them to see if you have the ablity to rally a community behind your game. That being said, you can rally your kickstarter community to help your greenlight campaign, and vice versa Good luck! It can be a lot of work, but if building awareness is the issue, it can be worth it.
For me, i spent almost 2 solid months preparing and planning for the kickstarter campaign, another month for the greenlight campaign. That's 3 months i lost i could have been working on the game full time... hard for me to say that it was worth it for the money i raised.. But thats not the main reason i did it, either. What i did get though were people interested in the game and who were willing to help spread the word. People who were giving their active thoughts and feedback, etc. Which is much more valuable and cherished.
Good luck tho - whatever your goal is, work very hard and im sure you would see some success.