I think Nordeast mis-read your post, assuming you are talking about transferring from the kettle to the primary:
There is no issue pouring the contents of the kettle into the primary although I recommend you use a large kitchen strainer to filter or, if a carboy a large, screened funnel. You will have to empty it a few times as it will clog but by doing this you are also aerating the wort as well-don't forget to sanitize the strainer/funnel!
Also, assuming you only got 2 gallons or so I will also assume you are doing a partial boil in which case you would be then topping off with water to the 5 gallon mark, mixing thoroughly, taking gravity and pitching yeast. 2 gallons is a little light, usually you want to achieve about 3 gallons and then top off with 2. Some of this will depend on your process, boil off, etc.
When the beer is fermented and ready to be bottled is when you will need the racking cane to transfer to the bottling bucket.
Hope that helps!