Bera who plays professional volleyball in Qatar is currently in Nairobi since the foreign league is off season until November.
James Ontere who plies his trade in Cyprus, Japan-based Sila Kipruto and Philip Maiyo who plays in Turkey are also part of the provisional team.
The KVF also named provisional team for women ahead of the first round qualifiers that will involve Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Veteran players include middle blockers Bracksides Agala and Diana Khisa, setters Janet Wanja and Jane Wacu and attackers Mercy Moim, Asha Makuto and Everline Makuto.
Upcoming players who have found their way into the national team are Faridah Efumbi Valentine Chepkoech and Trikah Atuka.
The provisional squads were unveiled during the second leg of the national league/Aphia Plus II tournament held in Nyeri last Sunday.
KVF first vice chairman Charles Nyaberi said six junior women players have been included in the team with the view of developing them.
They are Oserian’s duo of Lincy Jeruti and Catherine Wafula, Joy Luseneka and Edith Wisa of Prisons and Eaglay Kulova.
The women’s tournament will be played in Nairobi while Uganda will host men.
Meanwhile, Kenya Pipeline and Nairobi Water are in Kigali ready to take part in the annual Rwanda Genocide Memorial tournament to be played this weekend.