Kittipong first stepped into the spotlight in 1995 when he helped Thailand win the South East Asian Games title on home soil. As a left-handed spiker, he also won the Best Server award. Kittipong was later in the Thailand team which qualified for the 1998 FIVB Volleyball World Championship Finals in Japan.
Kittipong, however, sustained a serious right knee injury and subsequently called time on his career as a player ahead of the Thai team's departure for the 2003 South East Asian Games in Vietnam.
As a coach, Kittipong helped Bangkok Glass move up from Division II to Thailand’s top-tier league in 2014, before leading the club to the Thailand League and Super League titles in 2015 and again in 2016.
Alongside their domestic achievements, he also helped Bangkok Glass become the first Thai club to claim the Asian Club Championship title in 2015 in Vietnam following a stunning victory in the final over defending champions Hisamitsu Springs of Japan. Kittipong also led Bangkok Glass to bronze this year in the Asian Club World Championship in the Philippines.
Before taking over Bangkok Glass, 44-year-old Kittipong coached club sides in Malaysia and Vietnam, as well as the women’s national team of Vietnam.