Observations of post-eruption arcades (PEAs) in X-rays and EUV reveal strong localized brightenings at the loop top regions. The origins of these brightenings and their dynamics are not well understood to date. Here, we study the dynamics of PEAs using one-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling, focusing on understanding the formation of localized brightening. Our findings suggest that these brightenings are the result of collisions between the counter-streaming chromospheric evaporation from both the footpoints. We perform forward modeling of the emission observed in simulated results in various spectral lines observed by the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope on board Hinode. The forward-modeled intensities in various spectral lines are in close agreement with a flare observed on 2006 December 17 by EIS.