That sounds like a great plan! There are a couple of things I think I know. One is that we learn by repetitive actions - it’s basic behavioral science that you have come to identify, at least in part, your sobriety with Antabuse.
I used Antabuse instead of a spiritual solution. It definitely gave me a feeling of confidence, and a feeling of accomplishment. It was very easy to take my pill in the morning before I really had time to think it over and so guarantee my sobriety for the day. But because I was not treating my alcoholism, I “forgot” to take it for a day, or convinced myself I could cut down to every other day - it was a “crutch”, I should be stronger than that etc etc. And so my denial kicked in and I stopped taking it. One time I deliberately stopped four days before a planned drunk (probably when my spouse was going out of town).
Because you are working a spiritual solution, because you have other supports in place, because you are fearlessly honest today, you are ready to let the Antabuse go. And in this case, keeping a supply for high risk times is a fabulous idea! I’m sure you will do well with this decision - as long as you continue to be ruthlessly honest about any cravings, thoughts romancing the drink and have strong supports.
Everything is gonna be alright, mate!