Right now, I would take the carrier out and get little miss scaredy cat used to the carrier being around the house. Feed her in it so she has only good associations with it. Pet her near it . .. etc. Between now and moving date, periodically put her in the bathroom with her open carrier and food so she gets used to being in the bathroom with the door closed.
The day of the move, put her in the bathroom with food, water, sand box, and familiar blanket, close the door tightly, put a big sign that says DO NOT OPEN, then get some low tack tape and tape a big huge X over the door frame so that NO ONE can get in.
When movers are done taking everything out and you're ready to pack miss kitty off to the new house, put her in the carrier and bring her to new house. Let her out in the new bathroom with with food, water, sand box, and familiar blanket. Put a sign on door, tape another big X.
When movers are done putting everything inside your new house open the door and let her explore only a small area at a time. Maybe one room per day, if she is very timid. Keep her food and water in one place and she will associate that location with "safe place."
I've moved a couple times with a scaredy cat myself . . can you tell? http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...threadid=22256