If you use the sqg program that came with sbopkg (depending on the version of sbopkg you're running, it will either be in /usr/sbin/ or /usr/doc/sbopkg-$VERSION/contrib/sqg). It is a S
enerator. You can run sqg -p kicad
to have it build a queue file. Then you can run sbopkg -i kicad
and select queue when it asks if you want to build the queue or the package.
NOTE: I am not positive how it grabs the repo version, so you might need to pass REPO_BRANCH=14.0 to both sqg and sbopkg. And if you haven't synced your repo against the 14.0 version, you'll need to do that first.
REPO_BRANCH=14.0 sbopkg -r
REPO_BRANCH=14.0 sqg -p kicad
REPO_BRANCH=14.0 sbopkg -i kicad