They are not being destructive, they are being kittens. Kittens interact and play, and the reason they are so active at night (i would bet during the week they are the worst) is because with no one home, they play vigourously and then sleep the rest of the day to play again when their people come home. I would suggest that you set aside one room for them as a play area. Put in empty cardboard boxes, flipped over with holes cut in the sides at all angles, weight the boxes down with books, and let the cats play in there. Put in climbing trees, empty out a drawer so they can jump in and out. Use your imagination and give them something like an obstacle course to run. Hang toys from mid-air by a hook in the ceiling so they have to jump a little bit to get the prize. Plus, as soon as you can and it is safe to, get them neutered and spayed. Instead of spraying water at them, take a roll of tin foil and pull out a large section of it. Leaving it flat, when they start to act out, shake the foil in the air, and shout one word, NO then they will scatter- the noise will scare them.
To keep them off counters, tables and such, the easiest way to do this, and it is a pain but it works and only takes one time, clear off everything from your shelves, and go out and get a cheap roll of shelf paper. Peel the paper off and place it sticky side up on the areas these kittens are jumping on. Weight the paper down with something like bricks or flat stones, make sure you are home that day, and the first time a cat comes and jumps up on this area, he will not ever do it again. They hate stuff that sticks to them. Pick him gently off the paper, and put him on the floor, give him lots of loves and rubs and send him on his way. It is a very effective treatment and kitty will remember.
One other thing, they are going up high, because they like to be up there and be safe. Give them a place where they can do this, if you have high windows, buy a kitty hammock, or get a nice cat tree. Just give them an alternative space to satisfy their natural desires and once they are spayed and neutered and have grown a bit, this will stop. Good luck!
Oh and since you didn't say if they are spayed or neutered and they have been but it has been recent? It takes about a month for all those hormones to level out, so if that is the case, this just becomes a waiting game or patience for you!