The Team Shoe-Box fighter will take on Linus Udofia for the WBA International middleweight title, with the bout also acting as a final eliminator for the British crown.
Conway's clash with Udofia will take place at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield on Saturday, October 7, and is on undercard of the all-British WBA World Featherweight title clash between Leigh Wood and Josh Warrington.
Conway and Udofia were originally due to clash at the end of May, but the bout was postponed due to an injury to the Northampton fighter.
The winner of the October 7 showdown is set to take on British champion Denzel Bentley.
The Sheffield showdown will be 27-year-old Conway's first competitive action since he comfortably saw off Jorge Silva in Nottingham on February 18.
That was his 19th win in 23 career fights, and his first since losing on points to American Austin 'Ammo' Williams in Las Vegas in September, 2022.
Udofia, who hails from Luton, is three years Conway's senior and also has an impressive professional record, winning 18 of his 19 fights to date.
His only loss came in May last year at the hands of Londoner Bentley as he was edged out in their showdown for the vacant British title on a split decision.
Udofia has fought once in the 15 months since that defeat, seeing off Robbie Chapman on points over six rounds in London on March 25.
The October 7 Matchroom Boxing show will be beamed live on DAZN.