Acylsilanes are known to undergo a 1,2-silicon-to-oxygen migration under thermal or photochemical conditions to form siloxycarbenes. However, there are few reports regarding the application of siloxycarbenes in organic synthesis and surprisingly, their reaction with CC double or triple bonds remains virtually unexplored. To facilitate such a study, previously inaccessible aromatic acylsilanes containing an ortho-tethered CC double bond were identified as suitable substrates. To access these key intermediates, we developed a new synthetic method utilizing a rhodium-catalyzed oxidative Heck-type olefination involving the application of an acylsilane moiety as a directing group. When exposed to visible-light irradiation, the ortho-olefinated acylsilanes underwent a smooth intramolecular cyclization process to afford valuable indanone derivatives in quantitative yields. This result paves the way for the development of new transformations involving siloxycarbene intermediates.