No, because vibranium does not "neutralize" kinetic energy, it absorbs it.
Well, I didn't want to bore everyone rehashing old discussions and do more typing than necessary, but by absorbing kinetic energy that would include all atoms colliding with it--creating a 0 Kelvin state against the shield itself, resulting in ice.
Absorbtion in this case being a form of neutralization unless the shield can then release that energy somehow, if you want to play semantics. Because if the shield merely absorbed kinetic energy it would all still be in there. When fictional vibranium is said to "deaden" vibrations, that's neutralization by definition, no matter what else a comic book writer might call it!
(You might search under "vibranium" and "neutralizes" to see that this has been common parlance all along, too! I didn't use the word "neutralize" by accident or mistakenly.)