The Premier League's top two goal scorers this season were Mo Salah (32) and Kane (30).
The in-form Egypt star smashed Suarez's record of 295 points in 2013-14, Frank Lampard's 284 points in 2009-10 and Cristiano Ronaldo's 283 points in 2007-08.
Brighton had no answers at a sun-kissed Anfield as Salah's sensational form continued with him scoring his 32nd league goal of the campaign.
Liverpool have benefited from Salah's exploits with the club fighting to finish second in the league and also in contention to reach the Champions League final after drawing AS Roma in the semi-finals.
Liverpool are chasing their first major trophy under Klopp but will have to overcome the challenge of a Real Madrid side chasing their third European crown on the trot.
PAMohamed Salah picked up another award
The broadcaster used the matches to showcase new broadcast technologies, showing last season's clash between Spain's Real Madrid and Serie A outfit Juventus in 360-degree virtual reality (VR) for users with a compatible headset.
Ramos added, "To have a new opportunity to show once again that we are kings of Europe is very positive; we can enjoy another final and try to repay this happiness".
"It's, for us, the next step and I am really, really happy and really proud of the boys".
The finishing touches are being applied to the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev as the Ukraine capital gets ready to host the Uefa Champions League final at the end of the month.
"I've never played [against Real Madrid], however I've watched their games and they're very competitive".
"That's then maybe not the best option to choose, but it's really cool now".