If you look at the doc string of
C-h f kbd)), it mentions that there is an approximate inverse function called
key-description. If you apply this function to the vector, you get
(key-description [27 213909545])
Note the different order!
The explanation is that these represent modifier keys: that's ESC followed by the key combination
ALT-CONTROL-META_SUPER-) i.e. you have to hold all of those modifier keys down while you press the closing paren key. That also explains why the order of the modifiers does not matter, so
key-description can list them in different orders.
paredit-dwim does not exist as a function, and since most keyboards define some but not all of these modifier keys (making it impossible to press that combination unless you use something like
xmodmap to define all the modifiers), I can only assume that the example is meant as tongue-in-cheek.