We used a time-reolving high-resolution grating spectrometer to study extreme ultraviolet emission from plasmas in the National Spherical Tokamak Experiment (NSTX). The NSTX spectral range from 150-250 Å is typically dominated by emission from M-shell iron lines, L- shell transitions of oxygen, or K-shell lines of lithium. However, we also observed several intense emission lines, which we now attribute to transitions in C V and C VI. Collisional-radiative modeling shows that electron-impact excitation is far too weak to account for the features we observed. Instead, these lines appear to be produced by charge exchange with neutral hydrogen.