The cysts and the pap smears are not related. What was the actual result of the pap smear. There is no such thing as a "failed smear"
This is Dr. Love, a different expert.
It is not common to have multiple smears that could not be processed because of an inadequate specimen. However, it can occur if the area of transition is higher in the cervix than is typical. The area if transition is where the lining changes from the lining inside the uterus to the lining inside the vagina.
The usual next step is the colposcopy for which you are scheduled. The statistical likelihood is very good that you will ultimately not be found to have any problems, but it cannot be said with certainty until the colposcopy is done.
There is no reason that the ovarian cyst would cause the inability to collect an adequate cervical specimen.