In theory, yes, it works.
1866 is considered above standard, and is not yet truly plug and play. Many boards only support one stick per channel, and you may well have to set the voltages and CAS timings manually. It took me about 2 weeks to figure mine out. In the mean time, it kept dropping itself down to 1333.
G.Skill is pretty good on the phone, and they'll help you try to get it working. Also, check the newegg feedback for your board and the ram you want and see if anyone else has the same combo as you.