Yes, but the results are not disastrous, you will just have excess yeast in the bottom of your bottles once they all floculate out. As long as you don't over do it with the priming sugar there won't be any problems.
I overpitched bottling yeast intentionally as I only had a few days to get a beer carbonated for a party. It carbed perfectly and still looked very clear in the glass at the party. I saved a few bottles for a couple of weeks and opened them later and the carbonation was still exactly the same, but there were a lot of excess yeast swirling in the glass.