The gamut of the monitor in it's shape and capacity is quite a bit different than a print. Many printers today have a gamut the exceeds some of the colour axis of the monitor gamut, but not the entire shape of it's locus.
IF the yellows are going red it's probably the profiles attempt to correct for a bright yellow that is quite metameric, and the underlying paper white has a lot of optical brighteners.
Adding red eliminates the too cyan look of the yellow according to the profile. It may or may not be the right profile for this calibration state of both the printer and monitor.