I'm having some serious balancing issues with my current campaign. Mostly due to the Barbarian. My entire party consists of the Barbarian, a Bard, and a Druid, all recently turned lvl 6. So one serious damage dealer and two supports. The Druid is circle of the moon, so not too squishy but not exactly a tank either. And the Bard is a lvl 6 Bard.
The main problem is this, I'm having trouble trying to find an encounter that can challenge the entire party including the Barbarian without the guarantee of outright killing the other two. The Barbarian has Rage, Reckless and great weapon master at his disposal which he never fails to utilize. This puts out some massive damage potential and he pretty much one shots anything with 20 or less hp.
Here's two scenarios to put things into perspective.
Scenario 1. The party still lvl 5 and without most of their gear, fights two Bulettes separately. The first one I powered down, thinking it might be a bit much. The Barbarian makes short work of it without too much help from the other two. The second one was a normal Bulette which I thought would present more of a challenge. Not so, the rest of the party had more to do this time but the Barbarian still did a good half of the damage.
Scenario 2. I decide to try throw two strong creatures at them instead of just one. Owlbears. This was definitely more of a challenge and pretty fun for me for the most part. But the Barbarian still cut the owlbears to shreds and I think he's begun to make the other party members feel a little bit useless or surplus to requirements.
Sorry about the length of the post. I hope I've made my predicament clear. Basically the tldr is that my Barbarian is completely out damaging the other two party members and i don't know how to counter that without a TPK.
Any advice is welcome. I'm totally open to good homebrew ideas.