One of my favorite combination moves for lats, triceps & core is the “compound swimmer”. Using JC bands attached at chest height stand tall, facing the bands, with arms raised in front to shoulder height (~90 degree shoulder flexion). Palms face down & hands are shoulder width apart, one handle in each hand. Tip forward from the hips while pressing the bands down past the thighs (for beginners just til their thumbs graze the thigh; thumbs all the way to the hips for advanced-not beyond). Maintain neutral spine & straight arm position throughout & keep knees slightly flexed (unless you want to focus on hamstrings instead of core).
I love that this one combines isometrics & dynamics, strength & balance, as well as addressing strong-side dominance (if both hands don’t move at the same time the client will get immediate kinesthetic feedback).
I do agree that a kettlebell renegade row can be a little harder exercise to execute because of a certain level of instability of the kettlebell, but it can be used as a progression from a DB row. In my opinion it’s great for improving core balance and stability, and I have clients who are more advanced in terms of balance and musclular stability perform kettlebell rows.
A suggestion could be having clients progress from a regular DB to a DB with round ends and then to a kettlebell.
Another option is to use sandbags instead of DBs or kettlebells.