Here's a quote from the bible:
“He called out to them, ‘Friends, haven’t you any fish?’ ‘No,’ they answered. He said, ‘Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you will find some.’ When they did, they were unable to haul the net in because of the large number of fish.” - John 21:5-6
The bible is quoted for the sole purpose of being an example for where this word would be applicable. It isn't though because the disciples get their fish to shore and some story goes on, making all people happy and satisfied. Read the book, and don't judge Jesus from a passage.
So, Jesus here is attempting to help his disciples by getting them more fish, but it results in more fish than they can handle, so the help caused them to have another problem to haul the fish. The help simply does not help because it's too much of it.
Another made up example would be someone getting help with his job where the one who's helping finish all of his work, leaving the person jobless, or somehow unemployed. Fail to help by helping.
Is there any word in English (or any other language), that has this meaning or similar?