The efficiency of perovskite solar cells has been improved within the last thirteen years of development, bringing forth new innovations such as low-temperature processes, applicable low-budget raw materials, and shorter fabrication time. However, the electrode layering process still faces obstacles such as having high price, rapid degradation, and complex fabrication. In response to this, carbon materials are becoming more attractive in the development of solar cell electrodes because of their high conductivity values. Many previous studies have been conducted to obtain the best photovoltaic performance with various carbon materials. However, there has been no research into the performance of perovskite solar cell (PSC) with counter electrodes made from a mix of hole transport materials and various carbon-based materials. In this research, it is proposed an attempt to combine CuSCN as a hole transport material with different carbon materials such as graphite, reduced graphene oxide, and carbon nanotubes (CNT). The CuSCN and carbon material were combined with the ball milling process and they are deposited with the doctor blading method. After that, the perovskite solar cell performance was measured. The device's best performance was obtained from PSC with an electrode made from CNT and CuSCN, which shows Isc, Voc, and FF of 0.4489 mA, 0.52 V, and 0.3691, respectively.