I use genkernel to install my kernel.. this isn't the best way to do things but for now it gets the job done. Gentoo isn't my primary distro so I sometimes forget the steps to go through when they push a new kernel.
Make sure Gentoo is matched up with your target kernel version
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Reboot and cross your fingers.
Clean-up/delete old files in
/boot and corresponding bootloader entries.