The East African country will face the Teranga Lions in the last group match at the Cairo's 30 June Stadium on Monday, looking to register a victory which will propel them to the Round of 16.
Olunga, who scored two of Kenya's three goals in the 3-2 victory over Tanzania on Thursday, is hopeful they can recreate that performance against Africa's top-ranked side..
“Senegal is a team like any other. They are human beings and are bound to make mistakes,” Olunga told the Standard.
"If we play as we did against Tanzania, then I trust we will get the three points and advance to the knockouts."
In five attempts, Kenya have never progressed to the Afcon's knockout stage and a victory on Monday would secure a slot in the 2019 Afcon playoffs.
Algeria, who have already qualified after beating Senegal 1-0, will tackle Taifa Stars in the other Group C match on the day.