If the receiver output power is significantly higher than the specified continuous power handling capacity of the speakers, the speakers' drivers (especially the tweeters) can be irreparably damaged.
An example: The receiver offers 200 watts per channel, and the speakers have a continuous power handling of 100 watts. The speakers can withstand a short-term load of 200 watts, but a permanent load (at the highest possible volume) can damage the speakers.
However, a slightly higher maximum output power (approx. 50 watts) is no problem, since this maximum is only reached at the highest possible volume. Nevertheless, pay attention to possible distortions in the sound image when selecting the volume. If this should occur, the volume should be adjusted downwards until a sound image without distortions is achieved.
Note: Damage to the speakers due to excessive amplifier power can lead to exclusion from the warranty. If you are unsure, please ask before using the combination.