In Genesis chapter 1, the Creator is quoted as authorizing humans to have dominion over or to rule over everything that moves on the earth. There is no indication in Scripture that if something that He created to be somewhere else, like Heaven, came into the earth and moved on it, it would be exempt from man’s authority over it since it was in his realm.
Please infer from this that even if the trespasser was more powerful than the humans it encountered, the humans could stand in their authorized rule and overpower it.
When a bear and a lion invaded the space where David had authority and responsibility, he stood in that authority and supernaturally overpowered the invaders. He did the same thing against Goliath.
Jacob prevailed against the Elohim that he found in the earth (Genesis 32:28). When Moses and Abraham rose humbly in presumption even against Yahweh and challenged His intentions of destroying people, God submitted to their intercession. He let them reign when they stood in the authority He had given them as men in the earth.
When humans rule over the creation under the rule of the Creator, His Kingdom is in the earth. They are functioning in His image, in His likeness, in His stead, in the earth. It is a fulfillment of His intentions from chapter 1 of Genesis.