Chiral is an adjective that describes an object that cannot be exactly overlaid on its mirror image. Enantiomer is a noun that describes one of the pairs of mirror images of a chiral object. So, all chiral objects have enantiomers.
Strictly speaking, chirality is an ensemble property (although the ensemble can also consist of a single molecule) while enantiomerism refers to single molecules.
E.g. a 50:50 mixture of d and l glucose enantiomers (a "racemic" mixture) is not considered to be chiral.