The possibility of increasing penetration level of grid-interactive microgrids (MGs) has gained a great interest over the past decade. Thus, it is critical to investigate the performance of the MGs under voltage sags, since it may induce instability to the power grid. Negative sequence droop control based voltage support strategy has been proposed to aid MGs riding through three phase asymmetrical voltage sags. However, since the line impedance from each converter to the point of common coupling (PCC) is not identical, both positive sequence and negative sequence output current of the converters cannot be equally shared if no extra current balancing loop is added. Accordingly, a dynamic consensus algorithm (DCA) based negative/positive sequence current sharing scheme is proposed in this paper. Finally, a lab-scale AC microgrid was designed and tested in the lab to validate the feasibility of the proposed control method.