We construct an intrusion-resilient symmetric-key authenticated key exchange (AKE) protocol in the bounded retrieval model. The model employs a long shared private key to cope with an active adversary who can repeatedly compromise the user's machine and perform any efficient computation on the entire shared key. However, we assume that the attacker is communication bounded and unable to retrieve too much information during each successive break-in. In contrast, the users read only a small portion of the shared key, making the model quite realistic in situations where storage is much cheaper than bandwidth. The problem was first studied by Dziembowski [Dzi06a], who constructed a secure AKE protocol using random oracles. We present a general paradigm for constructing intrusion-resilient AKE protocols in this model, and show how to instantiate it without random oracles. The main ingredients of our construction are UC-secure password authenticated key exchange and tools from the bounded storage model.