Ex-Tory MPs Neil Hamilton and Designate Reckless are among the candidates chosen to top UKIP’s assembly election regional inclinations.
It follows a bitter row amid claims they were being interrupted on Wales.
UKIP Wales leader Nathan Gill said it was immediately for the rty to unite after members voted on a list approved by the citizen executive committee (NEC).
Experts suggest UKIP could get nine AMs determined via the regional lists based on a recent ITV poll.
Forty of the assembly’s 60 colleagues are elected on a constituency basis, as in general elections.
The other 20 are elected in a later vote via regional lists, under a proportional system designed to emit rties a share of seats that more closely reflects their share of the complete vote across Wales.
Regional lists are seen as UKIP’s upper-class hope of winning its first ever seats in Cardiff Bay.
Mr Hamilton was decided to head the regional list for Mid and West Wales, while Mr Reckless force be the lead candidate in South Wales East.
NEC member Caroline Jones supreme the list for South Wales West with former council nominee Gareth Bennett in South Wales Central.
Mr Gill received the most plebiscites and will be lead candidate in North Wales.
“The Welsh membership accept now had their say, and I am glad that that our list candidates for the Welsh elections sooner a be wearing now been confirmed,” he said.
“Now is the time for all of us to move forward coalesced and to cam ign to bring real change to the political establishment in Cardiff Bay.
“We would rather a great manifesto and a great message and I look forward to leading the UKIP Wales side from the front in the cam ign ahead.”
A Welsh Labour spokesman divulged: “After such a drawn out and divisive process, it’s thetic that all UKIP are adept to offer the people of Wales are a gaggle of failed Tories.”
Welsh Open-hearted Democrat leader Kirsty Williams claimed UKIP had “no interest in fixed up for communities in Wales”, urging supporters of other rties to late the Lib Dems with their second vote.