The occurrence of distant metastasis is one of the leading causes of death in patients with prostate cancer (PCa). It is confirmed that kinesin protein is associated with a variety of malignancies, and the KIF3 family is related to cancer, but the relationship between KIF3C and prostate cancer is not clear. Our experiments have confirmed that KIF3C is highly expressed in prostate cancer tissues and cell lines. Further, functional tests have proven that KIF3C can promote the growth migration and invasion of PCa. We used Starbase 3.0 to discover that methyltransferase like 3 (METTL3) interacts with KIF3C. Our hypothesis and experiments concluded that METTL3 induced m6A modification on KIF3C, promoting the stabilization of KIF3C-mRNA by IGF2 binding protein 1 (IGF2BP1). The prediction that miR-320d inhibits KIF3C expression by targeting METTL3 using the miRmap website, was later confirmed experimentally. Further, a recovery experiment was used to confirm that miR-320d inhibited the progression of prostate cancer. KIF3C was overexpressed in prostate cancer, promoting its growth migration and invasion was induced by miR-320d/METTL3 in an m6A dependent process.