Your golden ratio for value raising and bluffing here is too heavily skewed towards value so you need to ask yourself whether or not he's the kind of guy who is going to value bet AA-QQ on the river or tripple barrel back doored clubs. If he isn't value betting thin enough and/or he isn't bluffing ever than you're better off raising just to fold out his equity, even tho' it's clearly for value, if the clubs came down on the flop I'd like the turn raise a lot more because you could have more perceived combo draws in your range and get him to call off lighter than like QQ.
Ugh, I want to tell you to flat here but with the caveat that half the rivers you're going to see you are going to have to make a hard decision on.
For the OP, when you said he 3-bet you with QTo and KJo from the blinds, was that this session with these positions?
This is a situation where disguising your hand and representing a bluff seems to be a secondary consideration.
In previous sessions I think. They were vs btn/co raises too iirc, not mp raises.