Traditional droop-controlled systems assume that the generators are able to provide sufficient power as required. This is however not always true, especially in renewable systems, where the energy sources (e.g., photovoltaic source) may not be able to provide enough power (or even loss of power generation) due to the intermittency. In that case, unbalance in active power generation may occur among the paralleled systems. Additionally, most droop-controlled systems have been assumed to be a single dc-ac inverter with a fixed dc input source. The dc-dc converter as the front-end of a two-stage photovoltaic (PV) system has not been considered. In this paper, an enhanced droop scheme is thus proposed to address those issues, and the proposed scheme can enable resilient active power sharing in parallel two-stage PV inverter systems. Furthermore, a small-signal analysis for the proposed droop control strategy is carried out. Experiments have verified the effectiveness of the proposed droop control scheme.