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Without redoing pavers or raising the carport, I don't think there is much you can do.
You can add another row of pavers to raise the height. We added a row of cap block and then mortar sloping on each side so basically we have a speed bump going into our garage.
You’ll need to change a level somewhere to prevent the water, or change a slope somehow to redirect.
You can build a little bump using blacktop. Think speed bump only smaller. Once it cures you can paint it out.