I just had the same problem. The water was actually dripping directly from the condenser because the entire housing around it got filled with water since the hose (black hose circled in the picture in the previous post) was clogged. It would drip around the cooling fan where the air filter is housed. It took some digging online to find out that that black hose was clogged.
You can find the area circled in red behind the floor mat and carpet. Just pull it down and away from the firewall on the passenger side, upper left behind the glove box.
How I cleared the hose was to use a compressed air can, disconnect the black hose from the translucent hose, and spray the compressed air into the hose. I stuck the tube from the compressed air can into the hose and then sealed the black hose with my thumb. Worked well enough. Some other posts suggest against this method since it might damage the hose but i think a compressed air can might be ok. Also, my thumb was an imperfect seal so if it is really clogged, my thumb would not be able to keep a tight seal on it.
Another method would be to jam a thinner rubber hose down the black hose to see if you can clear the clog. I would not use a wire or anything sharp since that can punch a small hole through the tube.
My carpet was fairly wet with water. Luckily no mold developed since i fixed it a few days after it happened. I slowly dried the carpet with paper towels (really wish i had a sham-wow at that point) and then left it for a day in the sun. Fairly easy fix. Drying the carpet took longer than to find the black hose and clear it out.
It took some driving around with the AC on and parking afterwards to see the water flow through the hose and onto the ground.