(All quotes are from Parshas Emor, Vayikra 23.)
In pesukim 33-36, the Mitzvah of the karbanos on Sukkos in mentioned. In verses 37-38, the Torah records the concluding line of Eileh Moadei... which sounds like a conclusion to the parshah (which also started with Eileh Moadei in verses 2 and 4). Yet the pesukim continue in verses 39-44 with the mitzvos of Sukkah, Dalet Minim, and Chagigah. I wondered why there is this break.
Artscroll quotes Rabbeinu Bachaye who explains that the pesukim are separating the karbanos from the unique mitzvos of the chag. But if that's the case, why are Matzah (passuk 6), Shofar (incidentally mentioned in passuk 24), and afflicting oneself on Yom Kippur (pesukim 27, 29, 32) included earlier? They, too, should be pushed off. (Please don't tell me that it's because Sukkos is at the end and the others aren't. Either split off mitzvos not related to the karbanos or don't do so - its position shouldn't make a difference.)
So what exactly is Rabbeinu Bachaye's understanding of the pesukim, why Sukkos should be split apart more so than the other Yomim Tovim?