Batsman Brendan Nash has agreed to end his spell at Kent by mutual consent.
The 37-year-old former West Indies star joined the club in 2012 but has only made four first-class appearances this summer.
His best season at the club was in 2013 when he scored five centuries including 199* against Gloucestershire and was awarded county cap 210 at Canterbury Cricket Week.
Nash said: “I would like to thank Kent County Cricket Club for giving me my first opportunity to play county cricket.
“It's been a great three-and-a-bit seasons for me personally. I would like to thank the cricket club members, supporters and staff for being so welcoming to me and my family and I hope I have been able to give something back not just on the cricketing field.
“I leave Kent knowing I have given my all and helped the club’s image grow and the players develop both on and off the field.”
Everyone at Kent Cricket would like to thank Brendan for his contribution to the club and wish him and his family all the best for the future.