Even a pagan centurion acknowledges that Jesus Christ is master of all heavenly powers, comparing His authority to those powers to his own authority over his regiment of soldiers (Matthew 8:9). And if He is not, eternally with the Father, the Master of all spiritual creatures, then how does He give power out of His own sovereign authority ("I give you power") to His disciples to expel those creatures (the fallen section of them) from people in His, Jesus' name? (Luke 10:19).
Moreover, is it possible for Creator not to be in a position of authority over His creatures, and conversely, for creatures not to be subject to their Creator? Impossible. And do not we learn that all those spiritual creatures and the entire universe were created by Christ (John 1:1-3; Col.1:16)? Does not also the Psalmist urge angels to worship God? (Psalm 97:7), and this God is identified by Paul with Christ (Hebrews 1:6). Thus, it is impossible for angels and demons not to be subject to Christ from the very moment of their creation by Him.
But then what can be a meaning of 1 Peter 3:22, or Hebrews 1:8, or Psalm 110:1 in which the Lord (who is to sit on the right hand of the Lord, until the Latter will subject all enemies to the Former) Jesus Christ identifies with Himself? If the same authority befits to the Father and the Logos/Son eternally and atemporally, without any hiatus or succession, then how can dynamism and process and time come into the picture? Here's the answer:
The dynamism and process and time comes through the fact of the incarnation of the Father's co-eternal Logos, and Incarnation implies coming to time of the one who is beyond time. Now, the Lord being in human nature always possesses authority over angels and demons, as demonstrated above, however, His human nature is subjected to time and is to reach its fulfillment. It is impossible that this human nature of the Lord may not reach its fulfillment, because it is the human nature pertaining to the eternal divine Hypostasis/Person of Logos. However, it does not and cannot possess this fulfillment immediately without experiencing and suffering the process of this fulfillment. The fulfillment is to love neighbors, even enemies, more than oneself, so as to be able to lay your own life for them (John 15:13); indeed, the Lord had this love all the way during His earthly, historical sojourn, but this love was fulfilled, that is to say, manifested in full in the suffering and death of the Lord on the Cross. Exactly this manifested the fulfillment of the human nature of the Lord and through this fulfillment, which entailed total annihilation of any taint of sin from human nature, He pawed way to all humanity to the Kingdom of Heaven, so that through Him we also may be "sons of God" (John 1:18).
Thus, the eternal and changeless Person of God-Logos suffered in a way a change in the sense of adoption of human nature and undergoing its fulfillment in time, for human nature that has undergone suffering and death on Cross has manifested something that was not manifested before, therefore has reached its fulfillment on Calvary and only on Calvary, expressed and testified by the Lord Himself "It is fulfilled" (John 19:30), for had He not suffered pain and death for the sake of love of humankind, neither would He be able to act the same in and through us (cf. Hebrews 2:18).
This is the meaning of 1 Peter 3:22 that before angels were subject to the Father and the Logos (and the Holy Ghost for that matter), but not yet to the Logos as possessing the fulfilled human nature, which He has only after the death on the cross. In this sense, the angels, after the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, are henceforth to worship also the fulfilled human nature while worshiping the eternal hypostasis of the Lord-Logos.